Ron Wilson The Rise of Lesser Celandine – Buggy Joe Boggs Mar 17, 2020 Lesser Celandine (Ficaria verna(previouslyRanunculus ficaria)) is now very evident in southern Ohio. Blooms have not yet appeared; however, this conspicuous life-cycle stage is just around the corner. This non-native highly-invasive weed belongs to the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae, and is sometimes called “fig buttercup.” The “fig” refers to the shape of the underground … Continue reading Lesser Celandine and Marsh Marigold: What’s in your landscape?
My Friend “Buggy Joe” from the OSU Extension shares this timely information. Ron Wilson Poison Hemlock – Buggy Joe Boggs Mar 18, 2020 Poison hemlock (Conium maculatum) is one of the deadliest plants found in North America. Plants contain highly toxic piperidine alkaloid compounds, including coniine and gamma-coniceine, which cause respiratory failure and death in mammals. All parts of the plant are poisonous: leaves, stems, seed, … Continue reading Poison Hemlock: Already Growing!
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Today Matt Swaim of the Sonrise Morning Show and I chatted about lentils. LENTILS: Ezek. 4:9 “During the first 390 days eat bread made of flour mixed from wheat, barley, beans, lentils and spelt…. There’s also a passage in Genesis 25: 25-34 where Jacob traded his bread and lentil soup for Esau’s birthright. Dried beans and peas were a mainstay of the Biblical people’s diet. Lentils … Continue reading Lentil Stew Has Ancient Biblical Roots
Love this site from Vermont. Check it out – I’m already hungry for the almost spring salad…. Great posts worth seeing from Dorothy’s New Vintage Kitchen: Winter Market Shallot and Arugula Soup A Lighter, Colorful Irish Colcannon Homemade Oat Milk Continue reading Dorothy’s New Vintage Kitchen
What a difference a week makes. Last week we were concerned about corona virus but not overly so. Now we’re “sheltering in place,” a term you’ve heard many times since then. I was at the grocery and not surprised to see lean or empty shelves. No doubt we’re all experiencing a scary time. It’s the unknown that’s so unsettling. So what do we do … Continue reading Comforting Food for Troubled Times