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Edible Flowers: dandelion

Not Just Pretty to Look At: Try These 10 Edible Flowers

horsetail - tea from dried horsetail- soak for nails, helps with various hair issues. High in silica.

The horsetail plant (Equisetum arvense), also called or shavegrass is an ancient plant species and one of the highest plant sources for the bone strengthening mineral silica.

Dieses Gelee soll eine leicht bittere und herbe Note haben. Ich kann mir vorstellen, das dieser bittere Geschmack in Richtung Orangenmarmelade geht. Aber die Farbe des Springkrautgelees soll traumh…

Dieses Gelee soll eine leicht bittere und herbe Note haben. Ich kann mir vorstellen, das dieser bittere Geschmack in Richtung Orangenmarmelade geht. Aber die Farbe des Springkrautgelees soll traumh…

Gewöhnlicher Wundklee Blüte gelb Anthyllis Vulneraria

Gewöhnlicher Wundklee Blüte gelb Anthyllis Vulneraria

Drvo budućnosti koje raste tri puta brže od ostalih brzorastućih stabala i za pet godina dostigne 20 metara visine i 42 centimetra u obimu – iz daleke Kine i Japana, pustilo je korijenje i u regionu. U pitanju je paulovnija ili carsko drvo...

Drvo budućnosti koje raste tri puta brže od ostalih brzorastućih stabala i za pet godina dostigne 20 metara visine i 42 centimetra u obimu – iz daleke Kine i Japana, pustilo je korijenje i u regionu. U pitanju je paulovnija ili carsko drvo...

Medlar fruits.  Cultivated for 3,000 years or more, they are almost the only fruits that become edible in winter.  Before frost they are much too bitter to eat.  The foliage and flowers are both fragrant of applesauce.

Medlar Mespilus germanica,The fruit has a red brown color and is about cm in diameter, with 5 long sepals at the bottom end. The fresh fruit is very hard and acidic and is softened by frost or naturally over time when picked off the tree.

Wenn´s mal schnell gehen soll und süß sein darf:  Rotkleeblüten auf Honig-Brot

Wenn´s mal schnell gehen soll und süß sein darf: Rotkleeblüten auf Honig-Brot

beautiful lettuces edge in boxwood

Mon potager préféré

Garden & Grow ~ Willow Bee Inspired: Garden Design No. 18 - The Potager. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

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