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Organic White Dandelion (Taraxacum albidum)

Picture of a Methuselah date palm

Urmas Sisask : Gloria Patri..., Magnificat

Introduction to Al-Baydha Project - YouTube

(Ipomoea batatas) Descended from the first sweet potatoes to reach Japan, prior to 1500. The purple coloration is connected with the high anthocyanin content. This one is documented to contain more of the potent anti-oxidant than even blueberries! Ivory-

Black carrot, Pusa Asita Black Carrot, Pusa Asita, Tropical Black Carrot

Plants in Agriculture

green-tea-and-pearls: 14daysinaweek: A window library- beautiful. I adore this!

Guide to the best apples to use in cooking and baking--not a recipe. but a good reference.

Physical Science Experiment | Flight Time! Students study forces, motion and gravity through this easy-to-do parachute activity!

DIY Floor Pillows Completed! - Creative Outpour

Human dignity: you're not doing it right. Making life harder for people without a place to sleep in England. Metal studs outside private flats on Southwark Bridge Road, London.

50 Fun Things for Kids to Do

john danley :: instrumental fingerstyle guitar music

Rebar Corrosion Effect

Fanny's banket

46 brillant and helpful life hacks...example: packing a change of clothes in the smallest way possible.

house plans

The walls were alive. The branches stretched and grew toward patches of sun, swayed along with stray bits of wind.

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Weird Houses People do live in...part stone silo and part thatched cottage...

Arthur Claude Strachan (1865=1929). English Cottages. I have a weakness for thatched roof cottages. Perhaps I lived n one in my previous life