Have you ever heard the story of the Peafowl who became a Queen and of the Tsar's Youngest Son who married her? Well, here it is: There was once a Tsar who took great delight in his garden. Every morning you could see him bending over hi... Read more of The Enchanted Peafowl at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Iris)
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Nigella







These hardy annuals, a species of Fennel-flower, are bothcurious and ornamental. Perhaps the best known among them is N. Hispanica, or Love-in-a-Mist. They only require sowing in the open in spring--but not before the middle of March--to produce flowers in July and August. Height, 9 in. to 2 ft.





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