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OMG. Tea & kitchen gardens? I could do this. I could do this. Kitchen Herb Garden by LarkingAbout, via Flickr, Photo by Rohan Anderson: www.sevendays.net...

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Weave a raised bed of stakes and flexible twigs.

Rooting Succulent Leaf Cuttings with Honey,. this is an excellent site for learning succulent care

Alder: Alder bark is simmered in water to make a healing wash for deep wounds. It is astringent and will help to pull the edges of a wound together. The leaves and bark can be made into a tea that will benefit tonsillitis and fever. The leaves are also used in poultices to dry up breast milk. Alder bark tea can be used as a douche or for hemorrhoids. Fresh alder sap can be applied to any area to relieve itching.

How to make more willows from cuttings...gotta love Mother Nature!

White and fluffy, pussy willow catkin I remember these as a kid and tickling my brother. How fun