Dale Harvey and John Newton met in Melbourne Aust. in 1981. Since then they both men have supported each others careers while also building and maintaining their own. Read about how they were able to turn their joint careers into one and creating a dream of a better world starting in their own local community.
This is a collection of Appreciation Certificates, Local and Overseas Awards with Acknowledgments presented to Dale Harvey and John Newton over the many years of their joint careers.
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Jonquil - Jolly Jonquils
New Zealand's Gardening Guru
(as seen on TV - Living Earth Series, Radio plus published in a weekly magazine)
Enjoy this easy to read e-Book filled with great ideas and suggestions
Those that flower early normally start into growth first and are best planted as soon as possible so they can become well established. Among these are the Jonquils. Jonquils provide welcome colour and fragrant flowers when garden colour is scarce.
They are a type of narcissus closely related to the daffodil. These are very hardy bulbs native to Eurasia and North Africa. Their name comes from the Latin "juncus" meaning "rush". As the bulbs were carried with advancing civilization through France and Spain the Neo-Latin name became "jonquilla" meaning "a little rush". Commonly it was then called the "junkwill".