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My garden in spring

Posted by v1rtu0s1ty 5a (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 5, 13 at 2:50

Hi everyone,

Here is a video of my garden. Some plants were from wintersown. Some plants were given by friends during 2009 Plant Swap. Some of the plants were given by Mone - pitimpinai. :)

Some plants haven't bloomed yet. I will definitely make another video.

Thank you everyone for making my garden beautiful!!!

I hope you'll like it.

Below is the Youtube link.
My Garden in Spring

Neil


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RE: My garden in spring

So nice to have you back, Neil. What a lovely video!! I was swept away by the scenes and the beautiful selection of music that went with them. You have done a wonderful job with your space. I hope you enjoy them during the coming season. Keep posting!!


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Thank you so much! I'd like to apologize, I've been away and I forgot your real name. :)


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  • Posted by morz8 Z8 Wa coast (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 6, 13 at 1:52

Neil, thank you for sharing that. Your garden has come an amazingly long way in just a few short years, I hope it's been fun for you. You seem to have a great eye for composition, I hope you'll keep posting pictures as it continues to evolve and grow...


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Your gardens are lovely and your video excellent.


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Thank you morz8. I will definitely post pictures and capture more videos.

Thanks you tempusflits too!


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Wow, what a beautiful peek into your garden!!! Just lovely...if you don't mind sharing, what software/app did you use to create the video?

More, please! Lol!


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RE: My garden in spring

hi Irisheyes,

I actually don't have a video editing software. I've been wanting to achieve an overlapping of video transition but the tool I used isn't capable. The tool is text based and it's called ffmpeg. It's a lot of work.

If I purchase a video editing software, it will be Vegas Pro. This software was suggested to me by someone in the avsforum.com.

Yes, I will be taking more video once I get more blooms. It will most likely be from Mid July to August.

Thank you! :)


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I'm still waiting for blooms from the following plants. I don't recall the other names though.

- Officinalis (seed from floodthelast)
- Catalpa
- Clematis vines
- Hyacinth
- Moon flower
- Morning glory
- Penstemon Husker Red
- Balloon
- Penstemon (white flower)
- Hostas
- Rose of Sharon
- Turtleheads
- Agastache
- Ninebark (starting to bloom)
- Zinnias
- Nasturtiums
- Siberian Iris (will bloom maybe next week). I will need to transplant this because the bottom is now like 12-14 inch in diameter.
- Russian Sage


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You have created such a beautiful place. Thank you for the lovely tour!

Nicole.


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Thank you so much Tiffy!!! :)


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