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elijah13
Feb 25, 2017
Very interesting plants. Don't like yellow mustard--only Dijon one.
richacon
Jun 20, 2015
Beautiful wild flowers!
dbnc2
Mar 1, 2015
Pretty
dbnc2
Feb 14, 2015
I don't know if this the seem but plant mustard in the garden and cook it
it is very good
bettybrich
Sep 21, 2014
Plenty of mustard!
ginny212
Apr 14, 2013
I wonder if they have a scent. My sister lives next to an orange grove in Florida and she says it's heavenly to wake up to that scent. I'd like that. When I was growing up, we had many lilac bushes and trees in our yard and spring was not only a treat for the eyes but for the nose too.
toadalove
Apr 14, 2013
My lilacs are ready to bloom. I love them. No mustard but that sure is an idea.
pixipixil
Apr 14, 2013
I have one lilac. We are about a month from having it bloom. Love that odor but my favorite is our trumpet lilies. Truly scentsational. We also have a spice viburnum but we haven't gotten enough blooms to get any real scent going yet.
ginny212
Apr 14, 2013
Pixi, how about Stargazer lilies? Their scent is heavenly too. I just got some bulbs to put in my new garden. I just moved into this house in April and it's been a voyage of discovery to find out what the many bushes and trees in the yard are. Blooming right now are rhododendrons, many azaleas, roses, phlox, dogwoods, still some pyracantha and what I think are peonies. I'm putting in Iris, dahlias, the lilies and gladioli. I'm having so much fun.
pixipixil
Apr 14, 2013
I just bought a pack of stargazers. I lost many lilies last year because of chipmunks and a dry winter. I have all the stuff you are putting in except the pyracantha. It's too cold here. My mother had one in AZ. A parishioner just gave me a slew of bleeding hearts. Don't have any of them but that and the lilies are next week's project. I also have to remove a wisteria that grows like the vine that ate Chicago but only bloomed once and not many pannicles even then.
ginny212
Apr 14, 2013
Wisteria is a royal pain to get rid of!!!
pixipixil
Apr 15, 2013
I have a double whammy. I had also planted a trumpet vine. At least that bloomed but it was coming up everywhere and the roots are too deep to get them all. I took it out as my neighbor has a
pool not all that far from my fence and it was starting to head that way.
ginny212
Apr 15, 2013
Didn't you get blooms on the wisteria. Mine bloomed profusely and the scent was way too strong! I finally dug down to the main root and took an axe to it. (I kinda' enjoyed that part, great stress reliever) :-}
pixipixil
Apr 15, 2013
Once I got two or three anemic looking panicles. They had hardly any color and no scent. Very disappointing! If they bloomed like yours I might have considered the biweekly struggle of cutting them back. When it rains I could swear you can see them grow.
toadalove
Apr 17, 2013
I made the mistake of putting in grape Ivy! It is not only in my yard now but also has gone to the neighbors too. Wish I knew how to destroy it!
ginny212
Apr 17, 2013
Good luck!! I've come to be wary of any vine. Don't even mention Kudzu. That stuff could take over the planet.
pixipixil
Apr 17, 2013
There was a company experimenting with it as a biofuel. Somewhere I read it had some byproduct they didn't like so it was abandoned--at least I think it was. Too bad. We could grow our own if it worked.
aussiesapphire
Apr 14, 2013
First time I have seen the actual plant, I have seen the seed and how fine they are which makes the Biblical quote even more amazing.

However, thought this was quite appropriate " "Love is like a mustard seed; planted by God and watered by men" (John Mude Saint Michael)

Hope your weekend was as special as mine. Hello all you lovely puzzlers and God bless.
slippers
Apr 14, 2013
Hi aussiesapphire pleased to hear you had a good weekend, Hubby and I have just returned from four days at the beach, nice sunny weather and sounds like we have come home at the right time as heavy rain is coming our way in the next day or two. Great puzzle it is also the first time for me to see mustard plants this site is so educational(not sure if it is spelt right)? Good night sweet dreams and pleasant days.
KNadineM
Apr 14, 2013
I like your comments and I totally agree. God bless your day and this week for you.
toadalove
Apr 14, 2013
Aussie thank you so much. Weekend was windy but had my "kids" to entertain me.
mountainmama
Apr 14, 2013
When I was in England I had seen fields upon fields of mustard plants. They are very pretty.
God blessings to all of you.
Barbaranne
Apr 14, 2013
I wonder Mountainmama, if what you saw in England was ' oil seed rape' a lot is grown here makes a wonderful patchwork of the fields.
pixipixil
Apr 14, 2013
That's the same as canola which is what my husband saw in Calgary.
mountainmama
Apr 15, 2013
I had asked someone what was growing in the fields and he told me that it was mustard.
Barbaranne
Apr 15, 2013
Then my apologies go to you
mountainmama
Apr 16, 2013
Thank you but no apologies needed, Barbaranne!
jiggler
Apr 16, 2013
Wow - a field full of sunshine! seeing the plants here sent me to Google, so I've learned a lot about them - now I'm going to plant some in my vege garden - lots of benefits! So thank you C4J - I keep learning from your pictures :-))
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