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coyotesandmochas:

branaivanovic:

Harry Potter: Re-imagined 

-Harry Potter

-Ron Weasley

-Hermione Granger

I LOVE THIS

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verisimilis:

This is so aesthetically satisfying. 

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get to know me meme: [1/10] female characters - Donna Moss

"…which I guess makes me the Deputy Deputy Chief of Staff."

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Happy National Cheese Pizza Day/Friday!

Happy National Cheese Pizza Day/Friday!

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beemill:

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flowerfood:

beast-mode rosemary on Flickr.
It took some time before I understood that rosemary can grow this large in Seattle because of the mild winters here. After I had plants die in successive years in Chicago, I looked up its cold tolerance and said, “Oh.” I had assumed that since it’s a woody mint, it would tolerate freezing temperatures like sage and lavender.

I’d always read to take rosemary inside under 20°F but still had trouble keeping them alive overwinter because of Missoula’s lack of sun. Blew my mind the first time I saw a bush growing like this in New Orleans.

rosemary!

Here in Southern California, rosemary is often used as a hedgerow plant. It grows big and fast in the right conditions.

It’s happy as a clam in Texas!

startwithaseed:

beemill:

katiacambia:

flowerfood:

beast-mode rosemary on Flickr.

It took some time before I understood that rosemary can grow this large in Seattle because of the mild winters here. After I had plants die in successive years in Chicago, I looked up its cold tolerance and said, “Oh.” I had assumed that since it’s a woody mint, it would tolerate freezing temperatures like sage and lavender.

I’d always read to take rosemary inside under 20°F but still had trouble keeping them alive overwinter because of Missoula’s lack of sun. Blew my mind the first time I saw a bush growing like this in New Orleans.

rosemary!

Here in Southern California, rosemary is often used as a hedgerow plant. It grows big and fast in the right conditions.

It’s happy as a clam in Texas!

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vega-ofthe-lyre:


Hades by Ron Koertge

vega-ofthe-lyre:

Hades by Ron Koertge

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