The yellow flower I've put on one of my previous diaries was Oxalis corniculata. Thank you to the people who told me that.
The state of the soil is changed by the kind of grass I sow on my field, so I have to learn more about that
Vicia sativa (The fabaceae is good for nitrogen fixation. And thunder, too)
Lamium amplexicaule (Another lamiaceae which is different from the festival of seven herbs)
Veronica persica (Do not search the origin of the name)
Capsella bursa-pastoris (Which atracts aphids for preventing them from eating vegetables)
Recently, I like small flowers which bloom in the side of a road and a field, rather than those which form a line in a flower shop (of course, flowers in a flower shop are beautiful).
By the way, Monthly Niigata Komachi has been published this month.
I wrote my column remembering times before and after WORLD ORDER started.
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Kindly Translated by: taro (Thanks a lot!)