( education / news / rss ) Hidden in forests around the world lives a bizarre 'vampire plant' that sucks nutrients from other vegetation by attaching itself to the host's roots and attracts pollinators with a sweet ... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) For those "asking for a friend," see marijuana-hemp-cbd-whats-legal-and-where:
"As the legalized cannabis industry in the United States grows with nearly every election, consumers interested in these... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) You should NEVER eat unripe elderberries.
An important comment, above. That caution aside, this is good to know if you're ever starving or just have the munchies while wandering through your back yard! :) via ... read more
( life / health / environment / plants ) Good info. I wonder if Ace Hardware stores are any better? Probably need to buy my plants from the farmer's market.via Bee-friendly plants? Think again.... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) My checklist for this year's vegetable garden:
Soil tilled? Check!
Top soil added? Check!
Plants bought? Check!
Seeds for plants not available for purchase? Check!
Plants planted? Check!
Now the watering ... and waiting begins! Oh, you're wondering what I planted?
Lettuce... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) British town grows all of its own vegetables, witnesses improved civic life and reduced crime as a result.
"When the small British mill town of Todmorden, tucked in between Yorkshire and Lancashire, first began installing fruit... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) This could prove useful as food (and gas) prices soar this coming year: Where to Find Pick-Your-Own Fruit and Vegetable Farms / Orchards for Local, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Pumpkins, Along With Canning, Freezing & Preserving Instructions!See also: ... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) A couple of them, actually. I was going to post this to blackberryrescue.com, but there is no such site. Wait, maybe I should check. You never know. Guess what? There IS such a site, but it has to do with the ubiquitous electronic device.
Anyway, on a couple of recent dog walks through t... read more