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The Wild Bachelor

Hello fellow readers, Last week Queen Anne created quite a buzz and this week we have the Bachelor to talk about – Bachelor Buttons, Centaurea cyanus, also known as cornflower. They’re an old fashioned flower that have beautified gardens for centuries, first in Europe just
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Queen Anne’s Anomaly

Hello fellow readers, While on a road walk with Miss Ellie I came across a pinkish Queen Anne’s Lace flower with dark magenta edges on a plant where all the other flowers were the customary cream. What a gorgeous anomaly! It reminded me of grade school when we’d cut Queen Anne’s Lace