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Dad in the backyard.
A garden ornament.
This plant is over twenty years old. It was taken from my Grandmother (the Seamstress) home. My Mother brought it to her home after the death of Grandpa. She planted it in this pot and there it has remained. Dad brings it in the house to winter and then moves it out in the spring. Never did bloom at Grandmothers home, but it has always bloomed here.
A closer look...
This is an old trowel. We used them to prepare the gardens for planting. I have one at my home however, Dads is in better condition. These are rare to see nowadays in our area. Most people who have them use them as ornaments.
this is the plow end...Well as you can see some are not plants...but I will say they have developed into wonderful rubies also!
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