By Aldo Colombo
Tous les jardiniers, aguerris ou amateurs, le disent: faire ses propres semis procure une delight excessive, mais c est un paintings delicat. Aldo Colombo, horticulteur passionne, vous guidera dans l apprentissage, si process, de l ensemencement. Il procede, etape par etape: remark choisir les graines, quand et remark operer, quelle partie de l. a. plante prelever, quel melange terreux preparer pour l enracinement, quels soins apporter aux semis... Et, parce que faire des semis c est aussi connaitre les plantes et leur class et choisir parmi les differentes strategies de multiplication, l auteur aborde ces issues incontournables de facon claire et pedagogique.
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80 It would be wrong to argue that this reference exhausts, or even approaches exhausting, everything that is signified by the choice of name Zhuo zheng yuan. It has within it numerous other connotations, most of which centre on the word zhuo - 'unsuccessful', 'clumsy', 'artless'. It was at one level an everyday word of polite language in the Ming period, used in a deprecatory way to mean little more than 'my'. 81 It was a common element in the 'styles' (zi) or 'bynames' (hao) of Ming gentlemen.
His own 'Western Garden' (Xi yuan, but with a different character from the yuan of the imperial'Western Park') was at Xiajia Lake, while his even grander 'Truly Apt Garden' (Zben sbi yuan) was at East Dongtingshan, the scenic peninsula (famed for its oranges) that juts out into Lake Tai to the west of the city. I 2 Here it was adjacent to the property of his younger brother. Both sites were celebrated in verse by his client, Wen Zhengming. I 3 These poems memorialize individual features of the garden, some of which are very close in name to features in the Garden of the Unsuccessful Politician he was later to write about.
According to his own account, this was no signal mark of imperial favour - indeed the emperor would have had no idea they were in his garden. 17 Chen Yi had taught in the palace school, and had come to know a certain Wang Man, an official of the Directorate of the Imperial Forest Park, who conducted the four of them on a tour. ' The imperial park is compared to a heavenly realm, 'something which could not be spied in the world of men'. ) As with the earlier account of Wang Ao's garden, the whole is dealt with in discrete units, listed as ten 'views' (jing).