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by Respected Advisor
on ‎01-15-2013 11:20 AM
Good morning. I neglected my plants for the past months and only one survived. I lost a fern, an orchid and a sort of bamboo. I don't know the name of the survivor. I took better care of them at the office than I do at home.
Don't gardenias have a strong smell for keeping indoors? Do you put them outside at flowering time? I didn't know about sweet olive tree. It might not grow at Montreal's latitude. I would have to find its French name.
YOU should send me more pictures of your plants. Even in pictures, they are good for the soul.
I have a medical appointment this afternoon. It always makes me nervous. Fortunately, the weather is OK.

by Super Contributor
on ‎01-15-2013 11:42 AM
Hi Pierre, It is nice to hear from you!
Yes, I put the gardenias outsite in April. The biggest one is taller than me, it is in the basement now. Sure, I will email you more pictures of the plants and the bees and the vegetables and the chickens (I am going to order them soon).

Hope everything goes well with your afternoon's medical appointment. Best wishes!!!
by Respected Advisor
on ‎01-15-2013 11:56 AM
Chicken? You are allowed to raise chicken? Tell me more about it! There is a controversy in Montreal about that. It is not permitted to raise chicken but some people whant that to change. There are a couple of "experimental" projects with very strict conditions (limited number, no rooster, minimum distance from houses, etc.) It can be useful to have a cat around to help control mice and other rodents attracted by chicken feed. That's what my grandparents did.
by Super Contributor
on ‎01-15-2013 01:38 PM
I just came back from walking. I walked one hour and 20 minutes today. My friend living not far from me has chickens. She thinks it is OK because her neighbor has chickens. She ordered the chickens in March and got eggs in November. I will give it a try. My yard is small but it is fenced and very private. I will definitely not have roosters. Calvin wanted a cat but I am terribly afraid of cats. 
by New User ChrisBFun
on ‎05-14-2014 02:48 PM

On a related note:

The shading used to indicate matching parentheses in EG is helpful, but it requires clicking on the starting or ending parenthesis.

If nested pairs of parentheses could be colored differently, each of the matching pairs could be immediately distinguished visually.

A complex expression might, admittedly, look like a little psychedelic, but it would still be easier than with every parenthesis black.

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