Linas

Lapinskas

Architect
Vilnius, Lithuania
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ABOUT ME
I am an architect based in Vilnius, Lithuania. My practice involves architectural design across a diverse range of commercial, residential and civic contexts. My body of work consists of spatial structures for showing, making and living with art.
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Hairs on stems and leaves of tomatoes are called trichomes. Trichomes do reflect excessive light and heat, also slowing down evapotranspiration. Also trichomes are a deterrent to crawling insects. A covering of trichomes is called indumentum. In this photo, from my garden, you can notice a specific variety of tomato and its furry fruit enjoying the sun. 🌞

Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate Investor
Always nice to learn completely new things from completely new unknown fields👌. Thanks for sharing Linas Lapinskas and very nice picture of your tomatoe in your garden. Very probably cultivating tomatoes in once garden relaxes/is a form of meditation?
«Lawns are the most grown crop in the U.S.—and they're not one that anyone can eat; their primary purpose is to make us look and feel good about themselves.»
The American Obsession with Lawns
blogs.scientificamerican.com
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Wow, Linus is the go to person for everything gardeing and plant related. He has deep knowledge on the space and a very unique approach to it. I highly recommend to talk to him
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15% donated to SOS gyvūnai, VšĮ
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2 h

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€200
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15 min

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1.5 h

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€100
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45 min

Introduction into pruning techniques
€50

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