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Hot. Pink.

Central Texas bounced through spring, skipping over late May and June, and landed, smack dab, in July.  Or so it seems when venturing outdoors.  It’s hot here, hotter than it should be in late spring, and hotter than this perspiring gardener prefers.  303 more words

Achillea millefolium

Rich in organic acids,tannins,vitamins k and c ,potassium minerals this plant is used to prepare sunbathing oil because it protects and nourishes the skin .The bath of this plant helps with irregular menstruation .The bath : Put 100 of whole plant in a liter of water to stand overnight . 24 more words

Parantaa

Plant of the Week ~ Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)

This week we are taking a look at the delightful Achillea millefolium (Yarrow).  Flowering from midsummer to early autumn, this herbaceous perennial is a great addition to any garden. 625 more words

Wildlife Gardening

A Thousand Uses for Thousand-Leaf

Yarrow is taking over an area I wanted to be my moon garden and I had to relocate the other herbs originally planted there. These included lavender, sage, and a pretty little Herman’s Pride dead nettle we got from the house of Brian’s Grandma when she passed away. 285 more words

Urban Farming