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Wild Land Dreams Us

Herbventure 2015 starts in 6 weeks. We have a few spaces left for those who want to go deeply into the wildness of the land and the wild plants and become feral. 213 more words

Healing Plant Remedies

Blue Elderberry Ethnobotany

Family:
ADOXACEAE – Muskroot Family
Scientific Name:
Sambucus nigra ssp. caerulea (Raf.) R. Bolli
Synonyms:
S. glauca Nutt., S. mexicana
Common Names:
Blue elderberry, pale elder, elderberry… 340 more words

California

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Happy Blessed March! 

March Azure order cut-off is THIS Friday, March 6th at 4 PM with pickup the following Wednesday, March 11th, from between 2-6 PM. 1,082 more words

Serendipity Plant Lore Group Announcements

Identifying Trees In Winter

Learning to identify plants with confidence is by no means an easy task, although I do firmly believe that it is an innate quality that all humans possess, for without it we surely would not have survived the tens of thousands of years leading up to this point during which our species fully inhabited the wild. 1,072 more words

Ethnobotany

Labrador Tea

Labrador Tea, Rhododendron groenlandicum

Family: Ericaceae, the Heath Family

Description: Native evergreen shrub up to 1 m tall. Leaves 2-5cm long, tapering to base and tip, alternately arranged, with rusty-wooly fuzz on underside—rusty wool absent in younger leaves. 412 more words

Natural History

NARROWLEAF BLUE-EYED GRASS (Sisyrinchium angustifolium)

WHAT FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT IS BLOOMING TODAY?: NARROWLEAF BLUE-EYED GRASS (Sisyrinchium angustifolium)

spring blooming Wildflower that is not a grass but in the iris family. 40 more words

Florida Native Plant

Highbush Cranberry, or Crampbark

Bark in alcohol, becoming a tincture

Fruit in October in northern Maine

Highbush Cranberry or Crampbark, Viburnum trilobum

Family: Caprifoliaceae, the Honeysuckle Family

Description… 396 more words

Natural History