Plantidote of the Day 2010-11-25
[Thanksgiving Day open thread! For the color scheme of the image... -- lambert]
A big thank you (once again!) to Correntian Eureka Springs, who sent in this sublime image of an Ozark country road in autumn. Looks like the perfect place for a long after-dinner walk.
Happy day, everyone, from the Plantidote team (jerztomato, kerril and me)! We hope your biggest challenge today is choosing which pie to have for dessert. Be safe, warm and well!
Readers, please send me (firstname.lastname@example.org) images and stories for the ongoing Plantidote of the Day series. In exchange, you'll win undying fame in the form of a hat tip! Plants growing in your garden, your house, or neighbor's yard, plants from the forest or farmers' market, plants you preserved, plants you prepared (wine; cider; tea; dried beans), plants you harvested (grains; chanterelles), plants you picked (flowers), plants you dried (herbs), plants you covet or hope to grow someday. Herbal remedies, propagation tips, new varieties, etc.. And if you can, include some solid detail about the plant, too -- a story, the genus and species, or where you got the seeds, or the recipe, or your grandmother gave it to you. Or challenge us with a “Name That Plant” mystery entry ... And please feel free to add corrections and additional information in the comments.
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