Leheath Stronghold: This walled castle has white stone walls, and a round keep with a massive central fireplace. The lady of the castle is a woman named Gythiua. The castle courtyards are filled with fruit trees and gardens.
“I will not die an unlived life. I will not live in fear of falling or catching fire. I choose to inhabit my days, to allow my living to open me, to make me less afraid, more accessible, to loosen my heart until it becomes a wing, a torch, a promise. I choose to risk my significance; to live so that which comes to me as seed goes to the next as blossom and that which comes to me as blossom, goes on as fruit.” — Dawna Markova
Daphne odora: This stocky evergreen has wonderfully scented, pink flower clusters, and 'Aureomarginata' has leaves irregularly margined in off-white; alternatively, D. odora var. 'rubra' offers a deeper shade of pink. Even better for scent, though needing more shade and damp, is D. bholua (pictured); every twig bears a cluster of four-petalled flowers, white in the species, pink in 'Sir Peter Smithers'. Good for: growing in partial shade beneath "backbone" plants.
White Cheeked Turaco A beautiful bird with green body and a blue tail.. it is native to Eritrea,Ethiopia and Sudan...its about 43 cm long with a 19cm tail and 200-315 gm of weight... it has a bright green body with a orange bill and bluish fan like tail.it has a whith mark on cheek that gives it the name....lives on grains and fruit, sometimes insects.