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Adapting to New Menu Options, Part 2

One of the reasons certain nonnative plants come to dominate the landscape is that they are released from the specialized insects and pathogens that keep them in check in their native range. 396 more words

Good Eatin': Razor Clam Salad

List Item: Try half of the combined 1001 food booksFood item: Razor Clam

Now, how do you cook something that looks like a cross between an albino leech and an alien penis? 269 more words

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April 11: Barberry

The flower of the day, Barberry, is also the flower that symbolizes Wednesday. In the language of flowers, Barberry conveys the meanings of “Sourness of Temper. 53 more words

Language Of Flowers

Sling Studio - Bracken Barberry

Introducing Sling Studio’s Bracken Barberry. Part of the forest collection this wrap was released last November (2015) and comprises of 50% cotton and 50% tussah silk. 365 more words


Mahonia in blossom

Mahonia shrubs are common around Lake Como. They are holly-like evergreens, hardy and not fussy about where to grow. They are also known as barberry. 86 more words


Available for Comment: Interstate Movement of Barberry Plants Resistant to Black Stem Rust

Stakeholders may review and comment on a direct final rule for plants that are resistant to the disease commonly known as black stem rust ( 126 more words


January 6: Ice Plant

Today’s bloom, in flower language, is the Ice Plant, Delosperma. Its meaning is “Your Looks Freeze Me”.

Could there be a more appropriately-named flower for January? 145 more words

Language Of Flowers