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Review of Ornamental Onion


They look very pretty


...I have some ornamental onion in my garden and they do look lovely. I enjoy gardening and it keeps me busy and happy to be outdoors especially in the spring and summer. These ornamental onion plants do not like to be in soil which is too damp because they prefer a drier place to grow to the best. When fully grown they have very large purple flower heads and they do look very pretty...

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Review of Edible Ornamentals Chilli Farm Tour, Chawston


Fun, educational; lovely hosts; delicious food

None at all (unless you don't like chillies)

...plants have borne only meagre yields. Chillies are a staple ingredient in our household; Himself believes that there are no dishes that can?t be enhanced with some fresh chilli or at least a splash of hot sauce. He?s what is known in the world of chilli aficionados as a ?hothead?. I found ?Edible Ornamentals? by chance while looking for something else entirely on Lastminute.com. The company has...

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Review of walking sticks


“Utility or ornament.”

published 18/01/2006

An aid to mobility and a thing of beauty.

Getting used to using it.

...various sticks and never bothered pensioners again. So in conclusion, A walking stick is a help to mobility and can be an ornament with carving and other decorations added. Prices can vary widely so I could not advise where you can find the cheapest. Here you can get what you are prepared to pay for. Prices for utilitarian models will range from below £10 to about £20. The more decorated will cost...

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