The sun dialed a hooting daisy

Lest us put down our pruning technology in awe of the celestial object with a coordinate system.

When tagging the ‘sun’ for my short film on YouTube, it suggested in brackets, an apparently more thorough description of the sun. According to YouTube, the sun is a ‘celestial object with a coordinate system’. I cannot wait to utilize and replace the one word with 5 in my next sunny day conversation.

“how beautiful does the celestial object with a coordinate system look today” 

8 responses to The sun dialed a hooting daisy

  1. This had me in a trance very quickly indeed. I’m quite wild now about Max’s music, it is right up my alley, with Owls that can match the girl in ‘The Exorcist ‘ when it comes to a good head spinaroon.

    – sonmi eyes as wide as a wide thing upon the Cloud

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      I knew youd like this 🙂 i think this was from richters first album, memoryhouse.

  2. A mesmerising, captivating film Jessie, and I’m inspired to plant some Chamomile as a result – a marvellous little plant, one that can even be drunk (hic!) in its more reckless moments. May I ask, who is this Max that Sonmi refers to?

    H ❤

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Thank you a whole bunch of chamomile. Do you just pop a few seeds in the ground? Id love to know more of your greenthumb tendencies H…

      Max Richter is a composer that is a favourite of mine. I use alot of his songs for my videos 🙂

      • As my own ‘green-thumb tendencies’ have lapsed over the years, then here’s what the experts say on growing German (rather than Roman) Chamomile:

        Starting from Seed

        You can start your chamomile seeds indoors for later transplant, about 6 weeks before you are expecting the last frost of the winter. Start them in seed pots but don’t bury the seeds under the soil. They need light to sprout, so just sprinkle a few seeds in each pot right on the surface of your potting soil. Keep them moist, and thin down to one per pot after they start to grow. Your seedlings should be kept in a sunny spot until its time to plant them. For container growing, you can sprout your seeds directly into their final pot if kept indoors until after the frosts are past.

        Transplanting

        Keep your little seedlings about 12 to 18 inches apart when you plant them. Sunny locations are best for chamomile but they’ll do just fine with a little bit of shade as well. Plant them into the garden after the last frost is over.

        Though it’s an annual that will only survive for one year, chamomile will readily seed itself. That means you can have an on-going patch of chamomile if you let some of the blossoms go to seed rather than picking them all. If you take this route, plan your location with the intention of having a permanent chamomile bed.

        You can also plant your chamomile seeds directly into the garden, rather than starting transplants if you prefer. In that case, you can either sow your seeds in the early spring or even put the seeds out in the autumn to overwinter.

        Growing Instructions

        Chamomile isn’t a very heavy feeder, and you should only need to add a bit of standard fertilizer right at planting. Unless you have very poor soil, you don’t need to fertilize through the season. Your plants will likely thrive without additional watering though they can use more water once they start to bloom, or during any prolonged bout of hot dry weather.

        Containers

        Chamomile grows very well in containers, though is a little large for most window-sill herb gardens. Each plant should have a 12-inch pot to itself, and the soil should be well-drained with some added sand. Water the plants occasionally, maybe once a week.

        Since chamomile does seed very well, and has a tendency to spread around the garden, many gardeners keep their chamomile in pots. You can keep your plant a bit more under control, and grow your chamomile in a location that it can’t spread (such as a patio or deck).

        In the garden, it will self-seed and keep your patch growing. In a container, this isn’t likely to happen. So you should collect a few seeds in order to replant more chamomile the next season if you want to perpetuate your plants.

        Source: http://www.gardeningblog.net/how-to-grow/chamomile/

        Max Richter – got it, thanks Jessie! H ❤

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Wonderful, thank you, love the idea of a permanent chamomile bed hehe 🙂

  3. Lovely lovely post! May your days be filled full of this celestial object with a coordinate system. May there be no visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen crystals made of water or various chemicals suspended in the atmosphere above the surface of a planetary body. Jo x

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Jo you lovely person! The celestial object with a coordinate system never seems to not deliver in such accordance’s. hehe your making me laugh and splatter nasal passage way bodily fluids towards the LCD screen with an electronic visual display 🙂

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