Steve Thorn wrote:When you're sitting around the fireplace at a friend's house, and you wish you could keep the coals to make biochar.
Dianne Justeen wrote:If you're near New York City, or visiting sometime, check out the Cloisters. The website doesn't have much about their gardens, but they are really lovely and done in the style of a Medieval apothecary garden.
Nicole Alderman wrote: This made me think of the medicinal--and very dangerous--flower that grows wild around her: foxglove. It's very pretty and comes in shades from white to pink to purple. But, one bite can kill someone. Some--who probably already had heart conditions--died from just picking them or breathing the spores.