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A bundle of red bud branches foraged from a walk in the woods makes

A bundle of red bud branches foraged from a walk in the woods makes


A bundle of red bud branches foraged from a walk in the woods makes for a

environmentally-friendly christmas tree

Redbud flowers taste like very young sweet peas, with a gentle crunch. Simply fold the flowers into the freshly made butter with a spatula, ...


Old pod from last season.

Of course, this can be a tree for all holidays and seasons: Easter eggs and bird nests; Hanukkah dreidels and coins; or Halloween candy and spiders.

Redbud blossoms can be harvested in their unopened bud stage or in bloom. You'll notice them blooming from late March to mid April.

... flowers or leaves from the glycerine and dry them carefully with paper towel. The glycerine will have penetrated the plant tissues, creating a flexible ...

Small new pods beginning to set as flowers fade.

Lay out your branches and stand upright, starting with the largest, in your plant pot, and surround with floral foam blocks to keep upright.

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I hope Spring is making an appearance wherever you are. Nothing makes me feel happier than seeing new life emerging from the long, cold winter. As a child ...

gingko nut harvest

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This dried Gossypium branch, better known as a cotton stem, makes an unusual addition to your own flower arrangements. Fluffy, stark white cotton balls ...

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In this very mixed up spring we will also encounter spring greens like dandelions, garlic mustard, dead nettle, and perhaps even early pokeweed and ...

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8 Top Spots For Foraging In London. 8th May 2019. Take a walk ...

Loppers with a bypass blade are used for branches larger than ½ inch. And when that doesn't make the cut, a hand-pruning saw or motorized chain saw is ...

... The Art of Walking at the Canadian Art Therapy Association Conference in Montreal. The workshop for conference participants included a walk to the ...

Foraging Guelder rose (cramp bark)

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Alder catkin

Foraging horse chestnut


People who regularly go foraging coltsfoot, know that it can be found on the poorest Coltsfoot is happy finding a ...


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An eastern redbud ...

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Blooming Holiday Christmas Glitter Sino Leaf Bush-Champagne

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An early rātā blossom, fallen on the forest floor

Garlic mustard plant stems with old seed pods

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Simple and cute hearts made out of twigs and branches. <3

First, score the branch halfway with an upstroke approximately 12 inches from the main trunk. Second, make a full downward stroke an inch or so outside of ...

A vertical image of basket of lavenders in a garden setting.

The fleshy “fruits” of Phyllocladus aspleniifolius

Trees of the Adirondacks: Red Spruce on the Barnum Brook Trail (28 July 2012

During the Closing Ceremony, a Hyatt representative was made an honorary geek (games were given to the staff too!)

sumac lemonade


Photo tree centerpiece with snapshots of the couple over 6 decades. Made with natural branch set in florist foam and faux flowers at base.

We scramble 200m up Ashsteads Fell through a firebreak in some spruce. The climb is steep, I feel that if I stood up straight I would fall backwards.

A dusky-footed woodrat ( Neotoma fuscipes ) and its den.

Manual of the apiary. Bees. MANUAL or THE APIARY. 225 In the .

The twigs have a light brown spotted stem (Photo: P Sterry/WTML)

American Redstart – Susan Balser

Photo: Paul Kirtley. common ash buds in winter

Red oak (Quercus rubrus) leaves emerging

Beyond the Bouquet


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February daphne is also known as mezereum. (Photo: iStock.com/Dace

Your wedding flowers are an important part of your wedding ceremony. Before you decide, there are issues you'll need to understand.

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White willow in bloom

Photo: Paul Kirtley. beech mast and buds A ...


A red-belied woodpecker sips from a water droplet.

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I've built some good habits over the past year, especially walking daily. I begin to miss everything pretty quickly: the trees, the creek, the birds, ...

John scales a tree in Clissold Park Credit: Paul Groover


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Poison ivy is known by many for its chemistry, producing a class of organic compounds call urushiol found in the plant's sap and on leaves/stems/roots that ...

The “burnt potato chip” bark of black cherry ( Prunus serotina ).

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Extreme close up of an open red pomegranate flower, ripening round fruit and green leaves

New and old 'canes' of japanese knotweed are a wild food highlight when foraging in April


We met at Milburnie Park and headed down the Neuse River Trail to Milburnie Dam, taking full advantage of Raleigh's gorgeous greenways. We had a sold-out ...

The showy redbud -- a native plant you can see in the woods in early

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