Cherish your memories.
Our forefathers and -mothers knew full well how to use Mother Nature’s medicine cabinet.
“What’s wrong with the old customs?”
“Tender-handed stroke a nettle, / And it stings you for your pains. / Grasp it like a man of mettle, / And it soft as silk remains.” (Aaron Hill, 1685 – 1750)
‘What’s your favorite color?’ – ‘October.’
Easy to grow or hard to kill, depending on your perspective. We use it as a border plant and for tea.
The Mystic Orb!
Y’all know Leda’s twins, don’t you?
Phenology is not hocus pocus.
Sit down for a minute, relax, and watch someone else being busy busy busy.