Spanning the globe with frequent and once in a while readers. I am interested in collecting, propagating plants, landscape management practices, ecology, environment, flora/fauna, in essence Nature. This blog is written in a blunt, abrasive fashion with consistent critical views on these subjects and others that may be related...or not.

miércoles, 31 de diciembre de 2008


WHAT BETTER way to end the horticultural adventure of planting, than updating the collection inventory. Some in the original inventory are RIP. There are many new ones, some in this list were identified recently thanks to a previously mentioned author.

I dedicate this effort to those who came, visited, wrote or not a comment, leaving with some curiosity or the usual indifference towards nature dominating our culture, the wild world.

If interested, plant/seed exchanges will be considered, be serious, provide your list of plants, botanical names preferred.


Allium, Aji, Albaca, Agavaceas (3), Alocasia cucculata, Aglaomena, Antigonum leptopus,
Allamanda, Arashis hypogea, Amarylis, Bauhinia, Brumfelsia pauciflora, Burleria repens,
Bouganvillea, Chinese violet, Cajanus cajan, Croton (3), Chicharo, Clitoria terratea, Costus
graptophylum, Cuphea hissofilia, Carica papaya, Coccoloba uvifera, Clorophytum comosum,
Crinum, Chinas, Cestrum diurnum, Calliandra aemathocephala, Cathartus roseus.

NOT finished, half way... Dracena, Diffenbachia, Daylily, Eucare, Gardenia (2), Guayacan,
Helechos (2), Hibiscus (3), Ipomoea (3), Ixora (2), Jasminun multiflorum, Insulina, Limon,
Lipia micromera, Mirabilis siciliana, Mango, Momordica Charantia, Ochna mossabicensis,
Pandanus, Oxalis, Plumeria, Pedilanthus euphorbiaceae, Pereskia corrugata, Pithecellobium
dulce, Proiphys amboinensis, Pseuderantemun reticulatum, Pleomeles (2), Pereskia bleo,
Romero, Rhipsalis, Ruelia brittoniana, Sanseveria(3), Turnera (2), Scadoxus, Syngonium,
Sanguinaria, Tradescantia (4), Tulbaghia violacea, Thevetia peruviana, Tumbergia, Tecoma
stans, Yuca, Zamia and Zephyrantes grandiflora.

THOSE numbers in parenthesis are varieties. No, is not strict alphabetical order and yes, the
possibility of spelling mistakes is present. However, when going to search or your favorite
way to do it, the right spelling will be suggested.

Final words. I want to thank everyone who dropped by. Those with suggestions, criticism,
questions and support. Any other not falling in any of the above, thanks also. Planting, writing about these matters are great to keep mental sanity. A serious tool not to be wasted around ego trips or the I, the world spinning around the self. To all people in the blogosphere good luck
in future projects for 2009.

Be consistent with your stance. The environment should not
be a pet/security blanket with writing block attacks. Or filling to be used any time the tree hunting(any second) season in Puerto Rico, to make pretend. Plant something today or tomorrow. Tell us what you have in your yard, put some pictures. Credibility rules!
Thanks. See you lator alligators.

5 comentarios:

Don Segundo dijo...

Feliz Año Nuevo, mucha salud y bendiciones para usted y su familia.

Antigonum Cajan dijo...

Le deseo lo mismo. Suerte y exito
para usted y familia en sus proyectos
del 2009!

Nilda J. Sarmiento J. dijo...

Gracias por venir a mi blog.
Un gusto conocer el suyo y encontrarme con esas imágenes tan maravillosas.

Antigonum Cajan dijo...

Saludos Nilda,

Un abrazo desde este Caribe.

Agradezco sus palabras y su visita.

Hasta la proxima.

Antigonum Cajan dijo...

I like your focus, abrasive style.