One of the harder lessons I learned in my early days of suggesting
herbs for medicinal use was with a dear lady that had her blood pressure
under control. She had asked me to get something for her that I had
used successfully for a health problem, and I ...
This wonderful, sweet herb used to grow in my garden (though the picture is not from my garden) and I hope to try again this year when it gets a little warmer. I planted it for the first time two years ago, and hoped it would winter over, but unfortunately,...
I have enjoyed Yarrow as a pretty plant in my garden, and have come across
it in the wild during "herb walks" that I used to organize. It is not hard to grow, and spreads
if it is happy in it's location. Though native of the Western United
States, it can...
Once when cooking in my kitchen, I took the cover off a casserole and got a steam burn on the tender skin inside of my wrist. For 5 hours I had an ice pack on it, taking it off now and then to see if the pain had stopped, and it hadn't. It was getting close...
An almost wordless Wednesday post - can you find the Four Leaf Clovers in the image below? I found more than one. Image from Pixabay For more about growing Shamrocks, and Shamrocks vs. Clovers and more, visit How to Grow the Shamrock Plant - Bulbs vs. Seeds .
My love for guinea pigs goes way back to when I kept them as pets during my middle and high school years. In fact I had a guinea pig when I was in college that lived for a while in the science department. No, no experiments were done on it, it just seemed t...
This may not be something you'll grow in your herb garden this year, in fact, it's not necessarily an herb...but it's green and it grows, so it has my attention. It's nutritional qualities are well known by many. The picture is not an attractive one, it loo...
We saw Yucca growing in the wild and in gardens when we took a
driving trip out west to visit my husband's family in Colorado. The plants are abundant in the west and southwestern US and in Mexico. This particular variety of yucca is Yucca baccata , or "Ban...
The coldest days of the winter decided to arrive in mid-February this year, and it is at times like this that my heart goes out to the feral cats in our neighborhood. Unlike the picture you see here, the ground is covered with snow from snowstorm after snow...
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Sometimes We Can Smile in Posts Better than in Real Life
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