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The oldest Mulberry tree in England? by Sue S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 6:04pm Last week, Jools of MyEnglish Country Gardenwrote a post about her Mulberry tree, and it reminded me that not far from here we have what is reputed to be the oldest Mulberry tree in Britain. The thing I love about this area is how many large parks, heaths and woods there are close by - despite being in London we are literally surro ... Read on »
Juicy Mulberries by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Sep 2011 4:29pm Black Mulberries are so ripe and juicy that they just melt in your mouth. juicy-mulberry This is a bumper year for mulberries.  mulberries-on-tree  The trees are laden and the fruit is of excellent quality. mulberry-tree-harvest The tree in this picture was grown from a cutting – the mother tree was in Patrington ... Read on »
Preventation of and Herbal Therapeutics for Wildfire Related Smoke Inhalation by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 29 Jun 2011 9:44pm Smoke from the Wallow Fire While I have previously dealt with the side effects of smoke inhalation from wildfires in my practice, never in the volume, length or intensity of this year with the smoke from Wallow fire (as well as that from the Horseshoe and other surrounding fires this year). The issues experienced as a result of or tri ... Read on »
pretty bottles of kombucha… made with mulberry leaf tea... by green tea and kimchi Posted Fri 23 Mar 2012 10:07pm pretty bottles of kombucha… made with mulberry leaf tea brought home from my temple stay in the mountains last fall. hoping my morning drink will fill me with the same sense of calm and awakening that temple did :) ... Read on »
Mulberry Almond Muffins by Gluten Free Jen Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 6:53am We have a mulberry tree behind our garage.  I didn’t know we had this fabulous tree until last week.  I was showing my neighbor our vegetable beds behind our garage and she started to eat berries off a tree I had never seen before.  I was worried she was going to get sick because I have no clue which berries are safe to eat.  (I had this same ... Read on »
Spinning Silk...worms by MC Milker Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:37pm Fun science activities in a not-quite crunchy household often have an ecological bend- intended or not. And so it is with raising silk worms. As play silks are one of our favorite toys, we were delighted to be given a number of tiny silk "caterpillars" (they are not really worms, despite the name) by The Hamster’s preschool teacher. The ... Read on »
Caterpillars Again by Lian Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:41pm KokoD wanted to do it again. The last time I only took picture of the butterfly . This time, I thought I'd take it at the caterpillar stage. Can you find it??? Actually, there are 3 of them in the jar. When I took this picture, don't know where the other 2 hiding. Now they are all hanging on the sides of the glass jar. They didn't fini ... Read on »
Hot Flashes & Night Sweats? Wrap Yourself in This! by Magnolia Miller Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 12:00am One of the perks of this job is that I sometimes receive products to review on my site. I’m careful in what I review, however, and I’m especially careful when it comes to an endorsement. That is because my primary mission is not to endorse or represents products, but to help women who are having issues with perimenopause. But, every n ... Read on »
detachment Air Jordan 11 in my heart by linlijunmn Posted Tue 28 May 2013 7:13am a raised lip for a season of blossom, and I'm in the streets looking for a job. Is another kind of snail like a disc glittering and translucent get rid of snowflakes, in my heart the mind such as springs, silly wait for new gao first JiuShuTan, drifting cold heart you are far away, a pick up ink overflow fragrance Air Jordan 13 now is still ... Read on »