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The large purple “puff balls” flowers are Allium plants, a member of the onion family. It is a perennial that grows from a bulb and blooms in spring. The globe-shaped flower heads are comprised of a cluster of florets up to 5 inches in diameter atop 3 foot stems. A fun addition to our fence line

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As spring is turning into summer, I would like to say thank you to the spring bulbs that graced us with their presence. We planted a bunch of new bulbs last fall in the planter boxes adjacent to the fence and throughout the landscape. They were really lovely this year and brought a lot of

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If you’ve been in the garden lately, you may have noticed that some beds are full of peas-a lovely spring crop. We are growing sugar and snap peas vertically along some of the fencing panels in our raised beds. We are also growing pea shoots, these are planted in thick bands and the seeds are

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Spring is peeking around the corner! The sun is shining, (well, most days anyway ☺), folks are out and about, we are beginning to shed jackets and boots… And we are once again surrounded by plants and trees in bud and bloom. These spring blooms are the harbinger of a new season and a welcome

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Yes, folks, it is that time already! Here in the Sunny Point garden we start nearly all of our own vegetables and flowers from seed. The many little seedling beauties have been growing beneath the warmth of the grow lights for awhile now, as we tend to start our first round of seedlings in early

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