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PHOTOS OF PLANTS

The above is Bella di Notte (Evening Primarosa) in advanced flowering stage. Noticeable the green pod containing thousands of small seeds. The seeds are used for making the ABBA Carduelan Finch food. Photo by G.A. Abbate

 

Wild Sunflowers adorning the front of our office. When the seeds mature the American Goldfinches and other birds have a feast and devour these seeds. Photo by G.A. Abbate

 


On the front Perilla plants, in the back Bella di Notte in the flowering stage. Both of these plants produce seeds that we include in ABBA Carduelan Finch food. Photo by G.A. Abbate

Plants of the Wild Sunflower that we are growing in Warren. These seeds are included in ABBA Carduelan Finch food mixtures. Every year we plant and cultivate several of these Wild Sunflowers. Photo by G.A. Abbate


The above is a plant of ORTICA (Urtica Dioica). This plant, when touched with bare hands or any part of the bottom burns like hell. However, the same is used all over Europe and South America for many beneficial effects in human health including alleviating arthritis, fatigue, distortions, among many others. People in Italy make raviolis with the tender leaves (my wife and I ate some that was cooked like spinach, it was delicious) I have been feeding the greens as well as the seeding heads to the Canaries and other seed eating birds. Photo by G.A. Abbate

 

Partial view of my large field where we collect Dandelion seed. Visible are the Dandelion heads in the mature stage and other weeding seeds. These seeds are used to make the ABBA Carduelan Finch food. Photo by Michael Abbate

 


Partial view of the Bella di Notte field. Photo taken in the first week of April 2006. Photo by G.A. Abbate

Partial view of the huge Chickweed field where we collect seed to be included in ABBA Carduelan Finch food as well as greens and seeding heads to feed to all our birds. Photo by Michael Abbate


Top photo partial view of the Rape seed field in full bloom.

Bottom photo Dandelion field and other wild grasses where a couple times a year we collect Dandelion seeds and other wild seeds to be included in our Abba Carduelan Finch mix.

Photo by Michael Abbate

 

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