Dandelion Frost - Wall Print by Fotoviva Art Prints
From under a camera's macro lens you can find much natural beauty that the naked eye cannot see. This floral wall print shows the finer detail of a
GrowIt! Mobile App
Do you have a mystery plant that you need identified? Check out GrowIt! the hottest app in the world of plants. Have plants identified or just see what people are growing around you.
7 Apps to Help You Identify Plants - Reuse Grow Enjoy
Ever been on a hike or even just a short walk and see a plant that you wonder what it is? You may want to check out these 7 apps to help you identify plants!
Newsletter 5 March 2013 - Eat The Weeds and other things, too
The goose is on the loose, Goosegrass that is and you have to look quick or it will be gone. If there’s an edible that seems to be around even less time than Pellitory or Chickweed, it’s Goosegrass, a fleeting forageable of spring. Also called Cleavers and Bedstraw, it’s distantly related to coffee. I saw […]
Plant Identification Apps
Plant identification apps to help kids learn about plants while walking outside, leaves, flowers, bark. You can even get inspiration for your own garden.
Phragmites australis - Phragmites, the common reed, is a large perennial grass found in wetlands throughout temperate and tropical regions of the world. Phragmites australis is sometimes regarded as the sole species of the genus Phragmites, though some botanists divide Phragmites australis into three or four species.
Bristly Greenbrier (Smilax hispida)
Bristly Greenbrier Smilax hispida Lily family (Liliaceae) Description: This native woody vine is up to 10-20' long and provides shelter to birds; it climbs over adjacent shrubs or the lower branches of trees using tendrils. The woody stems are mostly green and round; lower stems are heavily armed with stout straight spines and stiff bristles, while upper stems have few, if any, spines. These spines and bristles become dark brown or black with age. The alternate leaves are up to 5" long…
Renfrew woman badly hurt in nasty encounter with wild parsnip | CBC News
A Renfrew woman has been told to stay out of direct sunlight for three years after she brushed up against the sap from the toxic wild parsnip while gardening.