What is teaberry and where can it be found? A once common gum flavor, teaberry is a wonderful tea herb as well as a safe evergreen ground cover.
Spore Bearing Plants Info Michael Drummond Spore bearing plants differ from seed bearing plants because they reproduce asexually, that is without flowers and fertilization processes that combine the genetics of two different plants of the same...
The delicate blue flowers of chicory belie its hardiness and usefulness as an herb, food and drink.
How do you feel about cactus? If you don't know much about them, and want to, I hope you enjoy reading this. I hope it sparks your curiosity and you want to learn more. From a tool, to a medicine to food it sure sparked mine.
Learn how to find wild asparagus the easy way. fill your freezer every year after reading these easy tips.
Galium aparine or goosegrass is a widespread edible wild green with many medicinal and non-medicinal uses. The leaves can be eaten cooked, dried and used as tea or poultice. The seeds are a coffee substitute when roasted and ground.
Fun facts and recipes, all about the dainty chickweed.
1. Leaves and steams of the nettles has small fragile hair, which actually are the capsules, full of several liquid chemicals, including formic acid. While touching the leaf, a hair, sharp like a needle, gets into your skin, then breaks down, and...
It is called the "Horror Plant" because the Giant Hogweed causes serious injuries in a matter of minutes of coming in contact with this weed. The plant is spreading in Upstate New York and a warning has been issued.
Sometimes, you will get a random black raspberry seed dropped by a bird, and then, years later, you'll have many plants, growing together, and full of thorns, like a rosebush, and also full of little black raspberries to pick, if you are brave enough. A thicket.