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May Blossom

In Nottingham in the early 60s I remember me mam saying “naer cast a clout till May is out” to me when I tried to go out in the Spring without my duffle coat or string vest. 146 more words

North York Moors

The Medicine Woman's Treasure chest - Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn

Reblogged from The Medicine Woman’s Treasure Chest on the blog of Sally Cronin!  CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST and find some valuable information. 47 more words

To Your Health

The Medicine Woman's Treasure chest - Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn

The botanical name of the Hawthorn is Crataegus monogyna and is sometimes known as May or Whitethorn. It is a shrub that can grow up to five feet tall in hedgerows and sunny woodland areas. 732 more words

Medicine Woman's Treasure Chest

AFL - ROUND 10 SPORTS PLAYS

AFL – ROUND 10 PLAYS

Here are our H2H Selections for Round 10.

RD: 9 – HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS
SWANS – $1.40
HAWTHORN – $1.07…
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Sports

Survival Medicine - Hawthorn (Crataegus) by Survival Lilly

“In this video I… talk about the positive effects that Hawthorn leaves and bloom have on the human heart. Hawthorn – an important survival medicine especially for elder people.” -Survival Lilly… 16 more words

Wild Edible's

Mother and Daughter Hawthorn

This is my largest Hawthorn, really starting to take shape. It’s been a long road but I’m starting to be a little happier with it these days. 30 more words

Bonsai

Bread and cheese in May

Sometimes one species, at one particular time, appears to dominate an ecosystem. Yesterday in Macclesfield River Park it was the hawthorn trees and hedges in full ‘May’ blossom, white against the surrounding fresh green of spring, the air heavy with that pungent scent, the trill of birds hidden within. 123 more words

Natural World