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Narcissus Flower Record
(2 W-YYO) Lightly fragrant Flower Record has beautiful white petals with yellow bases and a cup-shaped, yellow crown edged in red. Circa 1940, this heirloom is both a terrific naturalizer and a good forcer. Narcissus Class: Large Cupped (Royal Horticultural Society Division 2). Bulb size: 14/16 cm. Late April. HZ: 3-7. 18" to 20". Narcissi are The Art & Soul of Spring. Narcissus Horticultural Tips Narcissus Forcing Tips
A guide to growing daffodils | SA Garden and Home
Plant daffodil bulbs before mid-June for a welcoming display in spring. This is what you need to know about growing daffodils. Here's where to but them too!
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Mallow Blossoms Greeting Card for Sale by Amy Porter
Mallow Blossoms Greeting Card for Sale by Amy Porter. Our premium-stock greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and can be personalized with a custom message on the inside of the card. All cards are available for worldwide shipping and include a money-back guarantee.
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Liver-leaf (Hepatica nobilis) in Kungshamn-Morga nature reserve, Uppland, Sweden. In Scandinavia, the liver-leaf is among the first plants to flower in the spring. Both the genus name, Hepatica, and the common name, liver-leaf, are derived from the shape and color of the leaves that are lobed and usually become a dark shade of red as they age. Due to the leaves’ resemblance to human liver, early herbalists used the plant as a treatment against liver diseases. However, chemical analyses have…