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I have a box of 4×6 plant identification cards that was sold under the name Nature’s Medicine Chest. The set contains approximately 250 cards with many color photos. Each card has photos on one side, a description of the plant, …Read More...
Burdock plants have dark green leaves that can grow up to 28” long; they can remind you of elephant ears. They are generally large, coarse and shaped like a pointed oval, with the lower ones being heart-shaped. They are woolly …Read More...
The chokecherry or prunus virginiana is said to be the most widespread tree in North America. It is found from Newfoundland to British Colombia, through all but the most northern areas. It ranges as far south as Georgia and in …Read More...
As spring is arriving, it is time to start thinking about our summer gardens both domestic and wild. Just yesterday, I was outside and saw miner’s lettuce and dandelions growing wild. The miners lettuce was in large patches and easy …Read More...
Today I have made a list of the most common edible flowers that might be found in your gardens. Now this list is by no means complete, but is meant to be a starting point for further study of the …Read More...
Fifty years ago, when all the wives stayed home, everyone in the neighborhood knew each other. Today you are lucky if you know your next-door neighbor, never mind someone down the street. Now I know that many of …Read More...
How many of us have owned one?? I know that my grandmother had one in her window all the time and if she got burned or we got any kind of bite, cut, sunburn she would break off a leaf …Read More...
There are several varieties of Plantain, but today we will discuss the two most common, broad leaf and narrow leaf. They are a perennial. The broad leaf plantain has leaves over 1 inch across that grows close to the ground. …Read More...
Native Americans and Mormon pioneers of the southwest drank a tea called Brigham tea, Mormon Tea or Squaw tea. This is a common plant that grows in the desert areas of the southwest, but is also found in the inter-mountain …Read More...