Frø – seeds

Min mor har sådan en herlig måde at antyde at hun gerne snart vil se os: Hun ringede torsdag og sagde at hun havde købt en oksefilet til at lave i Hr. Urts weber… Så må de jo så hellere komme forbi..

Det gjorde de så i lørdags, og min mor, der har været i Paris og på tur i Monets have, havde dette med til mig:

frø

Frø fra Monets have.

Den til venstre, kender jeg ikke (hvis du gør, vil jeg da meget gerne vide hvad den hedder på dansk), men det er vist en slags viol, det er Malcomia maritima, på engelsk hedder den Virginia Stock. Sortsnavnet er Julienne de Mahon.

Den til højre er Tropaeolum nanum – Tallerkensmækker, af sorten Capucine naine – en meget fin gulblomstret en, m orange tegninger.

Og det var en meget hyggelig aften! Børnene er kommet hjem efter at have været væk i over 3 uger – så nu er freden heldigvis forbi!

My mum is so delicate and subtle when she wants to hint that it’s time for us to see each other: She called on thursday, telling me that she had bought a beef roast to be made on Mr. Weed’s Weber BBQ. That left no discussion – they had to come over on saturday!

My mum, who has been to Paris and visited the garden of Monet, brought me seeds from the garden!

I don’t know the one on the left, it’s some sort of violet, latin name:  Malcomia maritima , in English: Virginia Stock. It’s called Julienne de Mahon.

On the right is Tropaeolum nanum – Nasturium, this kind is called Capucine naine and has delicate yellow flowers with orange lines on it.

Oh, BTW, We had a very nice evening. The kids also has returned after being away for more than 3 weeks, so the peace is gone🙂

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