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In A Vase On Monday - Red, White & Blue

The Fourth of July is Independence Day here in the U.S. and as everyone is celebrating with fireworks and parades, my arrangement this week reflects the holiday spirit with the patriotic colors of red, white and blue. 232 more words

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In A Vase On Monday - Azure and Gold

As highlighted in my last post, gold is predominant in my garden this week, so my vase features sundrops (Oenothera fruiticosa) and vertical spikes of Carolina lupine… 100 more words

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Yarrow or Achillea Millefolium

Yarrow is a perennial herb that originates from Europe and Asia, but has been naturalized to many other countries including North America. In Northwest Arkansas we often find it growing along roadsides and in open fields. 370 more words


Yarrow-Achillea Millefolium

For my first entry I have chosen Yarrow, it is the first herb I see when I walk out the door, growing along the side of my house, one long stretch covered with yarrow leafs, and a few flowers in full bloom ready for harvesting. 649 more words

Yarrow: On Love & Marriage & Ale

Yarrow is blooming here on Vancouver Island! It’s one of my favourite herbs and I’m so happy to see it’s all at once delicate and sturdy white blossoms again. 906 more words

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January 16: Yarrow

This weekend of sorrow has caused me to lag behind, which makes yesterday’s flower, Yarrow, especially relevant. In the language of flowers, Yarrow means, “The Heart-Ache; Healing; War.” 153 more words

Language Of Flowers

Natural Treatments Every Prepper Should Know

You live during a world where so-called modern wonder drugs, laboratories, and equipment have obscured a lot of primitive yet extremely effective kinds of… 224 more words