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chives... (Spring flowers ). Photo by linear
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Uploaded by: linear

Saturday June 8, 2013

Brooklyn, MI (Current Weather Conditions)


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4. DavidInSATX
4:36 AM GMT on June 11, 2013
Awesome shot! Love the detail 10+
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3. linear
12:00 PM GMT on June 09, 2013
this is a domestic bunch, split from a batch shared by my great aunt with my mother, and in turn, with me. once established, they are most reliable, wild or garden-contained (see Wikipedia).
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2. chipspins
2:47 AM GMT on June 09, 2013
Beautiful..and a 10! Are they wild growing Chives?

Along the fence between my yard and the neighbor, there are clumps of Chives growing and appear every year. Wonder if they are safe to eat.
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1. mellyweb
2:24 AM GMT on June 09, 2013
These look so pretty! Mine flowered about a month ago and I miss the purple!
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