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Daffodil yellow, downy texture with a strong musky aroma the quince can scent an entire room.
When the goddess Hera married Zeus, she received a golden apple from the Earth Mother, Gaea. It was a symbol of love, fertility and beauty and was grown in a heavenly garden in the west, guarded by three sisters, the Hesperides.
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