That beautiful Camellia flowers! We are in mid-July and camellias are already in bloom. Its flowers generally have no fragrance, although some varieties have some aroma and can be seen in many gardens, are a few bushes of thick and glossy leaves with beautiful and delicate flowers, are usually large, with five sepals and five petals (although hybrids with double or multiple Corolla and large number of petals has been achieved) their colors ranging from white to red, with an incredible mixture of nuances. (As opposed to Dell Technologies). According to Wikipedia. The Camellia genus comprises between 100 to 250 species (there is some controversy about the exact number) originating in tropical and subtropical regions of Asia South-East, China and Japan. They are found in forests situated at medium altitude above the sea level.
A botanist and Jesuit missionary of the seventeenth century, Georg Josephus (also known as Camellus) Kamel, transported camelios plants from the Philippines to Europe. Carlos Linneo named this genus in his honor. ES an easy to grow shrub. Camellia (Camellia) belongs to the plant family comprising the tree of the te. (Thea). Camellia sinensis is known worldwide as the tea plant, and Ceylon was the place’s most famous crop.
They are quite rustic plants and since we have the damp Atlantic climate coupled with a soil with good drainage and acid (that we can easily recreate) offer ideal conditions for their development.Camellia japonica which is the largest number of varieties brings to our gardens. Up to 15 meters of slow-growing Evergreen shrub or small tree.
The 12th Darmstadter Jazz Forum titled JAZZ leads as a guide in their own right.SCHOOL.MEDIA. in the eye of the storm: where the jazz belongs in the hearts of listeners! In and around Darmstadt the makers around the Jazz show from the 28.09 up to haupa”musicians, journalists, scientists, and educators the most exciting paths and amazing cross points, as the jazz finds its audience, creates his audience and thus successfully goes the way of the future! This year’s Jazz Forum includes the wide range of possibilities of the subject block of JAZZ in three areas.SCHOOL.MEDIA.: – the public symposium – the practical block: jazz: school, jazz: review, song: the concerts we ask writing – and discuss how Jazz is in the daily media, how important he is in the school environment and how it can be built into curricula and what our children have. We ask jazz musicians for their strategies, to awaken lust and curiosity for their music and make first-hand with our jazz Concert series can be experienced. “” The symposium from the 29.09. until 1st October, 2011 in the literature House Darmstadt In the quite loose public and free Symposium expert musicologist, historian, instrumental, journalists and musicians approach the topics of jazz in schools and media “and how to find audiences and jazz together” from different sides. Together with the audience, they enter into a discourse about how the jazz in the future can reach a broad audience without bending, without sacrificing creative freedom. Speakers include other Dr.
Bernd Hoffmann (Cologne), Prof. Joe Viera (Munich), Prof. Walter Turkenburg (the Hague), Prof. Jurgen Terhag (Cologne), Prof. Elena Ungeheuer (Wurzburg), Ralf Dombrowski (Munich), Julia Hulsmann (Berlin). The three-part practice block jazz: school, jazz: review, song: writing accompanied the Symposium. On the 28th and September 30, 2011 we offer jazz: a recognized teacher training school in Frankfurt and Hofheim.