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Kimberly Thomas

Kimberly Thomas

Finding inspiration in everything knowing there could never be enough time. ;)

spinach & mushroom quiche

Sweet Flag: Medicinal Uses: Relieves the stomach, especially heartburn. Chew small pieces of the root and the juice swallowed, but do not swallow the pulp, will give prompt relief. Chew root several times a day for chronic conditions, until the stomach is better. Stimulates appetite and helps to relieve acute and chronic colic, gastritis, fevers, colds, sinus headaches, sinusitis, coughs, and hand hyperacidity, deafness, arthritis, hysteria, neuralgia, epilepsy, shock. More on webpage...

Amsonia 'tabernaemontana' and Panicum (Switch Grass) 'Northwind' -Plant combos : An Obsessive Neurotic Gardener

fruit cake---how big of a revolt would I have on my hands if I only serve a fruit cake??

Contemporary featuring mini callas, Vendella roses and hydrangea.

Cynthia Woodyard Landscape Design & Horticultural Photography | projects

Beautiful layout and plant choices!

Panicum Huron Solstice l Rhone Street Gardens

Breathtaking Underwater Photos Help Save Sea Life - Photographer Richard Salas is working to help save the seas in more than one way, by providing education about sea life through his images, and by donating 50 percent of his book proceeds to The Ocean Foundation.

Vitamix Recipes. Spicy Vegan Sweet Potato Pudding you can make in your Vitamix in minutes. This is a fantastic quick easy dessert the whole family can enjoy.

Vitamix Recipes. Raw Vegan Sugar Free 5 Minute Raspberry Jam that tastes just like the real thing without the need to cook! Quick and easy an no refined sugar. You can use this concept to make all kinds of other fruit jams and jellies. This recipe is a winner!

Zucchini Cake with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting

Arizona's Vermilion Cliffs amazingly beautiful

Not in English - but the photo should be enough to give this a try.

How to harvest your lettuce so it will keep producing. So you don't have to plant a new batch every couple of weeks.

Woods in the snow along the Sumida River, Tokyo--Tsuchiya Koitsu, Suijin #Tsuchiya #Koitsu

Octopus maybe do with more bright pinks, oranges blues etc

Green Hillside - Eyvind Earle