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Ann Flourish

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Recent posts by Ann Flourish

hi guys..I need some recipes for summer dishes, especially that I can prepare for my birthday party in July. I love fruit salads and also I thought about baking something but with use of fresh fruits. What do you think? What is your favourite recipe?
10 months ago
bird of paradise...I found its seeds in my home but I don't know anything about this plant. have you ever tried to grow it from a seed? I heard that it is hard to do it, but maybe you know some tricks that I can use? Every answers will be worth weight in gold!!
10 months ago
Hey everyone. I would like to grow some creeping strawberries on my balcony, because I have got some kind of wooden grating on it. Have you ever tried to do it in such conditions? Is it too late for growing them now?  I am looking forward all your tips!
10 months ago
Yes, of course they are edible. They are also very healthy! The most common way to prepare them is simply to roast. You can use them in many ways. Adding to salads is one of them but they are also tasty without additions.
10 months ago
Hi gardeners! Yesterday I found a very interesting topic on the Internet that watermelon seeds are really healthy. The only think that you need to do is to roast them. It is believed that they have got a lot of iron so we shouldn't throw them away. Do you eat them or not? I am not convinced about this idea, but maybe you will persuade me:D
10 months ago
Oh, red currants are amazing. I love their taste too! Once I did a jam of them, but I heard that relish is also very delicious. They are also good to add them to desserts and some meats. There are many recipies on the Internet with the use of red currants! However, jam is reccommendable!
10 months ago
Hello everyone. I have got a big garden, but I wanted to create a place in it where I can grow some plants like vegetables and fruits. However, prices of greenhouses are really high for me, so I thought that good idea would be to do it on my own. I don't want a big greenhouse, but one that will be sufficient for few plants. What should I remember about while building such greenhouse? What about irrigation system?
10 months ago
When I was surfing the Internet I came across a unusual topic about cooking. It was about preparing dishes with use of wild flowers from our gardens that many people think as weeds. Of course, not all of them are tasty and safe; however, many of them are edible so we should be more aware of what we are dropping out! Look what kinds of plants I found edible: sweet violet (both flower and leaves), carnelian (leaves) and also dandelion! Have you ever eaten some of them? Or maybe you know others that may be edible?
10 months ago
Hello! How are you doing, gardeners? A few days ago I planted a citrus seeds. I put it in a net and covered with a plastic bag. I read that it is needed for such plant. It is my first citrus plant, so I need your tips. I want it to flourish good :) Have you ever grow citrus tree? When it started to sprout? I am waiting forward your answers and tips!
10 months ago
Hello everyone! I love connecting my two passions together: cooking and gardening. What I mean by that? I grow lots of vegetables and fruits and then I love to use them in my kitchen. My favourite dish is of course salad. I can prepare them in many ways so it is not boring and always tasty. One of my favourites it with lettuce, radish, tomato, cucumber, corn (unfortunately not from my garden:( ) and a bit of dill. I called it the 'spring salad'. What are your favourite dishes? Do you prepare them with your crops?
10 months ago