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- List of Perennial Herbs
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- A Partial List of Nonedible or Poisonous Flowers
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Thursday, September 30, 2010
If Your Garlic Chives Look Like This...!
A Quick Update for Becca and Anonymous Garlic chives are similar to chives but have flat leaves not round that can be added to stir fries and other dishes that you need to add a garlic taste. They have white flowers in August and September. The seed heads need to be cut vigorously to make sure they do not take over. I'm going to be spending a lot of my gardening season next year getting rid of my volunteer garlic chives! Becca and Anonymous, you can plant garlic in about two weeks. You can buy a bulb in the grocery store and separate the cloves and plant them in the ground. Supposedly the bulbs in the stores are sprayed so they will not grow, but I have grown garlic from grocery store cloves. I know Becca is in the south and maybe Anonymous as well, you can actually plant it now, but here in the north we plant it around Columbus Day. It is usually dug up in mid to late July, depending on the weather.
Wall Street, the movie was very good. Great cast, well acted! Talk to you later!