Two gardeners in one family?

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What happens when you have two gardeners in the family and they fail to communicate? This....

Either these are chive pansies or pansy chives. :confused:
 

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And I thought you were happily married and all in tune! Apparently, you're singing from different hymn sheets! You need more pots :LOL:! I would remove all the green blades and let the dainties sing!
 
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Silent, those may be garlic chives. Onion chives have round leaves, garlic ones, flat. You can tell by crushing a leaf and smelling it, or by tasting.
But those are cute pansies!

I know they are garlic chives because I planted the seeds. I just didn’t know that my wife had planted pansy seeds too. :confused:
 

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My son is a reluctant gardener. Now, seeing him back and forth from the lean to with plants to water really warms the cockles of my heart! 4 years ago, he didn't even know what rosemary was. Thanks to the weekly roasted chicken, he has no problem picking the lovely herb!;)
 

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