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Welcome to the demonstration site of the Radiant premium WoltLab style. Radiant is a clean and elegant WoltLab style that suits to any type of a community site. Radiant includes a manually-coded slider in the header; localStorage-based layout options for forum, articles, blog & filebase; organized User Account menu; revamp user profile page and among others. You may test its user functionality using the following login credentials:

  • USERNAME: WLUser
  • PASSWORD: WLPass

or you can register a new account. Take note though that any content created from WLUser or from any new accounts will be deleted from time to time as we deemed appropriate.

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  • Moritz Kuhn Reacted with Haha to the article The Golden Pheasant.

    They call me the Golden Pheasant, because I have a golden crest. It is like a king’s crown. Don’t you think my dress is beautiful enough for a king? See the large ruff around my neck. I can raise and lower it as I please.
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  • Moritz Kuhn Commented on article The Golden Pheasant.

    Roses on grass are a pleasant feature of the wild garden. No matter what the habit of the rose, provided it be free and hardy, and growing on its own roots, planting on the grass will suit it well. So treated, the more vigorous climbers would form…
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  • Moritz Kuhn Replied to the thread What Plants Do With Water and How They Breathe.

    The wild Roses of the world, had we no other plants, would alone make beautiful wild gardens. The unequalled grace of the Wild Rose is as remarkable as the beauty of bloom for which the Rose is grown in gardens. The culture is mostly of a kind which…
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    Southwards and seawards, the bog–flowers become tropical in size and brilliancy, as in the splendid kinds of herbaceous Hibiscus, while far north, and west and south along the mountains, the beautiful and showy Mocassin–flower (Cypripedium…
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    The bog–garden is a home for the numerous children of the wild that will not thrive on our harsh, bare, and dry garden borders, but must be cushioned on moss, and associated with their own relatives in moist peat soil. Many beautiful plants, like the…
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  • Katell Dufour Replied to a comment by Doriana Malcoci on WLUser’s wall.

    Water–plants of northern and temperate regions, associated with those of our own country, add much beauty to a garden if well selected and well grown. A great deal of variety may be added to the margins, and here and there to the surface, of ornamental…
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  • WLUser Replied to a comment by Doriana Malcoci on WLUser’s wall.

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