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Chive Flowers

Chives Allium schoenoprasum Planted.  Culinary herb. Perennial. Smallest of the onion family.  Cut right down to the ground when finished, it always comes back. Divide every three years.  Water weekly during dry spells. Feed half strength fish fertilizer every two … Continue reading

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Artistic Garden Bed

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Birthday Rose Bush

A rose needs time and care to be maintained to it’s full potential. And like friendship, once nourished we find it was well worth the effort. ~Unknown

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Japonica Blossom

Japonica Chaenomeles Japonicus (Ornamental Quince) Perennial Shrub. Native to Japan. Flowers: Orange to orange/red produced in profusion in early spring, Fruit: yellow fruit in autumn, small, apple-shaped, very hard and astringent.  Unpleasant to eat raw, though they do soften and … Continue reading

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