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Comment from buds&bowers:

Happy Thursday everyone ☘

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Comment from buds&bowers:

Happy Thursday everyone ☘

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Comment from buds&bowers:

Happy Thursday everyone ☘

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"Today I choose life. Every morning when I wake up I can choose joy, happiness, negativity, pain... To feel the freedom that comes from being able to continue to make mistakes and choices - today I choose to feel life, not to deny my humanity but embrace it." -Kevyn Aucoin . . Product: Picasso Interior Design . . . #pelembabkulit #antipenuaan #perlindungankulit #regenerasiselkulit #sehat #homelinen #natural #healthy #linen #finelinen #sprei #decor #spreiindonesia #instalike #instamood #instagood #instadaily #bedding #interior #interiordesigner #interiordesign #home #homedesign #homeaccesories #homedecor #botanic #picassohome #indonesia #picassohomeindonesia #luxurybedding

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Comment from velvetine:

Heath, Francis George, Where to Find Ferns: With a Special Chapter on the Ferns Round London London, 1885, (1st ed.1881). ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Pteridomania or Fern-Fever was a craze for ferns. Victorian decorative arts presented the fern motif in pottery, glass, metal, textiles, wood, printed paper, and sculpture, with ferns appearing on everything from christening presents to gravestones and memorials Although the main period of popularity of ferns as a decorative motif extended from the 1850s until the 1890s, the interest in ferns had really begun in the late 1830s when the British countryside attracted increasing numbers of amateur and professional botanists. For some a fashionable hobby and for others a more serious scientific pursuit, fern collecting became commercialised with the sale of merchandise for fern collectors. Equipped with one of the many other books sold for fern identification, collectors sought out ferns from dealers and in their native habitats across the British Isles and beyond. Fronds were pressed in albums for display in homes. Live plants were also collected for cultivation in gardens and indoors. Nurseries provided not only native species but exotic species from the Americas and other parts of the world. #pteridomania #fens #decorativearts #arts #botanic #hobby #nature #history #book #england #british #scientific #19thcentury

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Bun(n): a small, sweet friend

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