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The sprouts are doing great. They may definitely could have been transplanted into bigger pots and put outside this week, but I just wanted to make extra sure they could handle it.
Come Monday these guys get a new home!
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Term of the Week: “mbira.” In Shona music, the mbira dzavadzimu (“voice of the ancestors”, national instrument of Zimbabwe) is a musical instrument that has been played by the Shona people of Zimbabwe for thousands of years. The mbira dzavadzimu is frequently played at religious ceremonies and social gatherings. A typical mbira dzavadzimu consists of between 22 and 28 keys constructed from hot- or cold-forged metal affixed to a hardwoodsoundboard (gwariva) in three different registers—two on the left, one on the right. In other regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, it is known as a thumb piano or kalimba.
Photo shows an mbira with its three registers of keys, courtesy of: http://bit.ly/KcW9Wp
Monochrome black and white silver gelatin print (1930s); Loutit Bay, Lorne, from the William S. Anderson Collection.
Camille Flammarion, Astronomie Populaire, A view of Earth from the surface of the Moon, 1880.
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I’m so proud of my little sprouts, they are getting so big!
I fear I’ve been babying them a little, and possibly over-watering them.
I definitely haven’t had them outside enough due to a busy schedule. I wonder if it’d be better to spend another week hardening them or just transplant them into bigger pots and put them outside as they are.