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Ron Knott's Fibonacci Numbers  all adds up to the design of the roof of the New Education Building.

 

30/03/04 Jackie and Jill making cob tiles for the new Education Resource Centre.

 

30/03/04 'Making the Most of Mud' Hand prints required! There's my hand impression being formed.  Come and make yours all this week, across the bridge at the exhibition centre.

 

30/03/04 Eden team hard at work plastering the rice wall with mud in the HTB

 

30/03/04 'Dublin' well pleased with his wall although it's now under piles of slapped on mud.

 

24/03/04 This is 'Dublin' and in his honour the new rice wall carries his name. Dublin, has been working in and around Eden from the very start of construction and you'll find him pictured on many pages of my pictorial diary of Eden.

 

24/03/04 Blooms in the WTB   I don't yet know the name of the red one. The delicate blue flower is 'Babiana Anqusfifolia'

 

24/03/04 Jill in her vegetable garden, lightly forking the soil ready for some more seeds.

 

 

  Water awareness.

(Left)  The average weekly water use per person in the developing world is10 Litres a day or one toilet flush. 

 

(Below left) Recommended minimum weekly water use per person,  50 Litres a day.

 

(below right) The average weekly water use per person in the UK,   135 a day Litres

 

 

 

24/03/04 A multitude of daffodils continue to flower at 'Bulb Mania'

 

24/03/04 Give your camera a treat and take it to Eden and stimulate it's every pixel.

 

24/03/04 A spring Biome view,  lots of visitors are coming to the 'Bulb Mania'

 

24/03/04 The diggers are well and truly at work on the site of the education building.

 

18/03/04 Coco Plum Chrysobalanaceae  Chrysobalanus icaco Originating from tropical South America, this small tree is now found naturalised on the seashores throughout the tropics. It is cultivated locally for the delicious kernels inside the fruit. see it in the HTB now in fruit.

   

   18/03/04 Pineapples in the HTB.      Humid Tropics Biome and more daffodils        

 

16/03/04 Now this is some job for an artist, the entire boundary fence around the new building works, where the education building is under construction.

 

16/03/04 The art work is well worth seeing, take look when you visit.

 

16/03/04 Jill planting seeds as the vegetable growing season commences. Follow the progress of her labours (on this site) as the garden flourishes over the summer months.

 

16/03/04 Poppy is having a giggle with some of the visitors. A golden panorama of Eden's display this spring.

 

16/03/04 Spring sunshine brings out all the flowers including 'Poppy' and 'Daphne'

 

16/03/04 Sea's of blooms now is the time to come and see 'Bulb Mania'

 

16/03/04 Eve has her hair trimed ready for the spring visitors. How about a green rinse!

 

09/03/04 Shades of yellow flowing down the hillside. The air is fragrant with petal perfume, as the gentle breezes carry the pollens aloft, where else could I be but Eden.

   

09/03/04 George at work refurbishing the hemp rope sculptures, it's fascinating to watch.

 

09/03/04 Display and exhibition of bulb growing in the pod building.  A delightful display of multi coloured tulips in the WTB.

 

09/03/04 Glorious sunshine, but even with the cool breeze a grand day to visit.

 

05/03/04 Tables all set for a Champagne Lunch for Founder and Life long friends of Eden

to launch Eden's First Spring Bulb Festival.

 

05/03/04 Tim, just arrived back in the UK after a visit to the Galapagos Islands. Many old friends of Eden including Jonathan Ball and his family. Jonathan and Tim, the co founders of The Eden Project.

 

05/03/04 Sue Minter, head of the Living Collection with some of the founder and life long friends of Eden. Jim Hosking, has presented Eden with a new verity of daffodil called

 'Eden Gold'  not only has it an amazing colour but a perfume as well. Jim's Web site link

 

05/03/04 Dave Meneer,  Jonathan Ball,  Mike Petty and Mavis

 

05/03/04 The Smell of 'Eden Gold' and a glass or two of Camel Valley bubbly make a good combination, all bred, grown and brewed here in Cornwall. Camel Valley Web link.

   

      

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