Edible plants: How to tell poison iris from cattails
Edible plants video: How to tell look-alike poison iris from cattails | You won’t starve in the wilderness if you can find cattails. Every part of the plant is edible. But don’t mistake a toxic look-alike, the poison iris, for the edible plant. Here is how to tell the difference. | #foraging
Pussy Willows (Feral Cats?)
Salix discolor (American willow) is a species of willow native to North America, one of two species commonly called pussy willow. It is native to the northern forests and wetlands of Canada (British Columbia east to Newfoundland), and is also found in the northern portions of the contiguous United States (Idaho east to Maine, and south to Maryland) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salix_discolor
Palm Springs Wedding by Birds of a Feather
The Parker Palm Springs is wedding blogger gold. The bright pops of color, the edgy but completely gorgeous canvas, the natural tendency to lure the coolest of cool couples. And the chicest of chic ve...
24 of the Best Pink Flowers for Your Garden
Pink flowers can add a bold or a delicate touch to the garden. It just depends on which pink shade you choose to use in your landscape. Use light pink flowers for an airy feel or bright pink flowers that pop against a green background. Browse our favorite pink flowering plants.