Jungle Animals

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Aloe and Jungle Animals in the kitchen. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

This months assignment for Urban Jungle Bloggers was to combine plants with animals in ones home-jungle. Quite fun actually.

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Parrot under the fig tree. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

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Bird in the fig tree. Photo. ©nini.tjader.2016

Notice the fig under the bird? It is still there and I am waiting for it to get ripe – if it ever gets ripe. I’ve never had figs before.

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Jungle Animals. In the kitchen window. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

The bird flew onwards to the kitchen and landed in one of the orchids. In the air is a flock of pink bird, originally from Israel.

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Jungle Animals in the kitchen. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

The small bird (originally a xmas decoration that I kept in the plants, simple but decorative) also liked to be in the aloe vera and communicate with the big bird there.

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Little bird in the white orchid. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

Had to spread out the taking pictures over two days as the light has been extremely bad due to bad weather outside and light came and went.

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Bird in the aloe vera. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

This bird (whatever kind it is) suits the aloe vera.

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In the hanging plant in the bedroom. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

The small bird moved on to the hanging plant in the bedroom.

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Bird in the olive tree.Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

There is another kind of bird (with a hat) in the small olive tree in the bedroom. That one is permanently there.

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Dragonvase in the bedroom. Photo. ©nini.tjader.2016

In the bedroom there is a dragon in the jungle.

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Parrot in the jungle. Photo. ©nini.tjader.2016

The parrot has been there as well.

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Dog and owl in the bedroom jungle. Photo: ©nini.tjader.2016

Bulldog and owl can also be seen there. The wooden owl to the left has a smaller wooden owl inside it. It comes from Sicily (or was it Greece?). The bulldog is ceramics by Lisa Larson, a famous Swedish potter.

Notice the November-cactus in the background. It is flowering time again. Last time was at the beginning of October. The thorny cactus had several of its small kids removed today. Will get proper soil for it and plant the cactus-babies and see if they will grow. The big one gets several babies every year. I usually just remove them and throw them away. This time I thought I would try to plant them.

Meanwhile the cats (from Sicily) and the bulldog (from Sweden) will protect the jungle.

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Cats and dog and cactus. Photos: ©nini.tjader.2016


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