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Hello Everybody,

My name is Matis and i'm from The Netherlands. I'm 12 years old and i have al little garden in the forest a few kilometers away from my home. I've got Stevia, gooseberry, Mais (i dont think it wil grow because it is a cold summer right now in Holland) Mint (black peppermint and some few others but i dont know the english name of them), valerian, woodland strawberry and leek. I also want to grow Jerusalem Artichoke, Lupin and some other plants. Something what i'm dreaming for is making a trip to Turkey an having a home in the many caves there are (they're very soft so you can make them bigger but they are still strong enough) and having some turkeys and chickens, orange's, figs, hazelnuts, walnuts, mais, amaranth ect. I see my garden right now as a school for in Turkey I'm also extremly interested in Bushcraft. I love that very mucht, cooking wild plants, making a shelter from natural materials, being nice to nature ect.

Gr. Matis

P.S. Sorry for my bad enlish ops:
 
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hello,
how fortunate that at such a young age you are already so interested in growing things.
and what interesting plans you have!
Your English is just fine. 

welcome to the forums,
ellen
 
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Thank you, but i think the plants that i grow right now are kinda normal
I have a question about microclimate, i know a very nice place in Turkey to the coast were there are very much mountains in a half circle to the sea, would it be a diffirence between in the half circle and the sea or being behind the mountains or a place were there are no mountains?

Gr. Matis
 
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