Amy Renea
Summer Blooms eclectic

Summer Blooms

Allenaim Photography and 'A Nest for All Seasons'

What Houzz contributors are saying:

One of my favorites this time of year is rose hips, which begin to develop after the roses have finished blooming. Rose hips contain seeds but do not grow from seed easily. Instead, try eating them for a dose of vitamin C. They also make a fabulous tea. (Just watch out for the fine hairs inside the hips, as they can irritate your throat a bit.)
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