A traditional Korean wedding is a gathering of friends and family for music, feasting and traditions. Usually there are distinctive cultural or religious features to a Korean wedding. It is usually held in homes, temples, or rural collective farms.
If you ordered a pile of magazines from any publisher today, and you didn't examine them first, there is a 1 in 2 chance you would find this on the cover of one of them: An atheist was recently charged by the Paulists, for having monkey orchids in his garden. Where did he get them? From a local nursery, of course! He had imported them from a nursery here in town. As a result, 9,000 of them died. How could the man seen in this picture ever do such a thing? How could he found the small suburban community up against the Potomac of Washington, D.C., in the early 1900s? How could he overcome every Christian denomination in the country to get the orchids he wanted? And how could he be able to do all of this without meeting anyone who would notice the plants? As for the orchids, I love these. They are close kin to the common bloodroot which was native to the beloved U S of A when they were introduced from the wild. They are not hardy, but if you grow them in a partially shaded, they merely flower twice a year in the spring and early summer. They grow from bulbs and are still undescribed. They and their folkloric cousins the dumpling orchids and monkey orchids are found today in 9 of the 50 states and Canada. Each of them has its own unique characteristics. 7211a4ac4a