Some years ago I was in fishing , then Mountain biking and almost one year now I am in gardening ( I still go for fishing or a biking ride in a near mountain) . I always knew that my relationship with earth , dirt , and plants provide me something that is missing in my day routine. I always loved plucking weeds in my fields , and changing the landscape. Almost one year ago I realized that I like to plant seeds , to make them germinate and hybridization . I tried many seeds from China , and some from my yard or neighbors. And today I have more than 150 new plants (various climates (purple , blue , red) , roses (climbing , dark red) , passion flower ( granadilla , incarnata) , climbing hydrangea , and some blue / white and black / yellow hibiscus.
Its great to read from Internet how to treat them and try my own methods as well. But when you see a new seed germinating and growing into something new its really awarding.
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It's seasonal. In the winter I like cross-country skiing. In the spring and fall it's roller skating, and in the summer it's biking and canoeing. And, of course, reading all year round.
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I don't know if it is exactly a hobby as most people would define it, but lately I've been reading about DNA and molecular biology. What I find fascinating is the similarity between DNA (the code that makes our bodies what they are) and computer software. If anyone who happens …
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