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This week’s Photo Challenge is Unique 1. A unique plant The neighbor who gave me the night-blooming cereus, gave me another plant with similar stick like stems, and last winter it produced three delicate, large, pink flowers that lasted … Continue reading
What are fiddleheads? Fiddlehead greens are the unfurled fronds of a young fern which are harvested for food consumption. The tiny green spirals, which are the premium wild forage vegetable of Spring, emerge around the first week of May in … Continue reading