Beauty of Spring: Onions and Dandelion

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Spring Onion garnishes a popular childhood dish to make it more adult friendly.


It’s spring time and everywhere you go, flowers are budding and leaves growing back. But that is not all, the weeds are back and so are toads. My patio garden was looking miserable until I found that my onions from last year had returned. I thought the winter had got them. But here they are… Hooray! I may just plant some more stuff this year.

An article shows how to grow spring onions and confirms that spring onions are  of the very first vegetables to pop up in the spring. It is easy to grow your own

Spring onions grows year long in warm weather places like Kenya.



Dandelion is said to be a source of potassium and calcium and to have many health benefits.


Who would believe that these pretty flowers are considered eeky horrendous weeds? I love them. They have a  beauty of their own. If only you pay close attention.


Time to figure out what to do with these beauties.




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