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Mustard Seed Interiors
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“Still life love” — parker1132
Mustard Seed Interiors
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“lighting” — juliereinkemeyer
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“Writing desk” — Rhonda Levy
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“Curtains” — Diane Young
The New York Botanical Garden
Garden viola
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now than seeds. And take advantage of the special planting opportunities that California offers: Plant cool-season annuals. Continue to set out seedlings of annual flowers such as calendulas, Iceland poppies, pansies and violas (shown), and snapdragons. For earlier blooms, start with plants in 2- or 4-inch
start from seeds: beets, carrots, peas, radishes, spinach and Swiss chard. These are usually best set out as seedlings: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower. Watch for snails or their slimy telltale trails; set out bait. Plant spring-blooming bulbs. In November there's still time to plant
“Πανσές” — Kostis Kassaros
Mettler Interiors
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Birmingham Michigan Residence
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doors with seeded glass and iron panes offer charm and fascination as one enters this new home with old world glamour. An English black lantern hangs above for light.
SEEDED GLASS WITH IRON PANES
“Door” — eweishaus
Monrovia
Variegated Calamondin Orange
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very few seeds —perfect for marmalade! Photo courtesy of Monrovia
very few seeds —perfect for marmalade! Photo courtesy of Monrovia
“Calamondin for marmalade” — thewelchco
Mustard Seed Interiors
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2010 Christmas Decor
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Mustard Seed Interiors
“idea for making an ornament wreath” — Jennifer Lutz
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