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Ranunculus: A Beautiful Chance For Every Garden

by Polly Garden Recipes

Ranunculus: a beautiful chance for every garden. With its bright beauty, the small camellia-like flowers range from white to pink, red to yellow to orange and are indeed special.They most often come in multiple layers of delicate, crepe paper–thin petals, looking like an origami masterwork. One of the most brilliant of the spring-blooming bulbs, ranunculus […]

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Hyacinths. Bring a Sweet Scent to Your Spring Garden

by Polly Garden Recipes

Hyacinths: Bring a sweet scent to your spring garden. You only need a handful to appreciate their beauty. They are easy to grow, readily available in garden centers and fill the air with an unmistakable sweet fragrance. This member of the lily family is small and compact, so it’s most effective when planted in clusters. […]

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Hyssop. Add To Your Garden To Attract Hummingbirds & Butterflies!

by Polly Garden Recipes

Hyssop. Add to your garden to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Besides, this tall and pretty plant also brings bees to pollinate your garden. The minty flavor of the hyssop leaves can be made into tea that is good for sore throats. You can put hyssop leaves in a soup or in a salad to add […]

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Primroses Give Your House And Garden A Bright Look!

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Primroses give your house and garden a bright look. Not only are primroses among the first perennials to bloom—some even flower in late winter—but their very name implies earliness: Primula derives from the Latin word for “early.” On the cusp of spring we’re so starved for color that we can hardly resist the English primroses. […]

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Give Yourself A Hearty Little Christmas Cactus This Season

by Polly Garden Recipes

Give yourself a hearty little  Christmas Cactus this season and it will  keep its  lovely blossoms in your house for decades. Its ample, beautiful flowers might be in a wide variety of colors including red, purple, orange, pink,  cream. Pine and fir trees are evergreens and are normally found in cold climates. But there are […]

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