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Are you a Galanthophile? Or perhaps a Lexophile?

~ Are you a Galanthophile? Or perhaps a Lexophile? “Oxford Dictionaries Online’s word of the day a few days ago (sign up here) was galanthophile, which means ‘a collector of, or expert in, snowdrops’, Galanthus being the genus name of … Continue reading

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Off-Centered

In my garden at Beauty Point, Sydney, Australia in July 2014 Snowdrops getting ready to bloom The first snowdrops opened up on 15 July this year. It was a rainy day. Strictly speaking, these are snowflakes, but they’re commonly called snowdrops. … Continue reading

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Just an Ordinary Garden – A Tercetonine

Just an Ordinary Garden – A Tercetonine If I were a garden junky My garden would look quite funky With flowers galore I could sell in a store Even so, in my garden many a flower grows All year round … Continue reading

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