I impulse-purchased an "herb garden" last weekend (I have limited space, so seven herbs all in one place appeals), and I don't know what one of the plants is. I'd like to use it in the applications it is most intended (or if it is not really an herb, not try to make it one). It is the one on the left of this shot that has the long, narrow leaves. I know what the mint on the far right is :) Thank you!
on Jun 08, 2013
It looks a little like my Stevia. Break a leaf and taste to see if it sweet.
This green mold/algae looking stuff is all over my Japanese maple. I've discovered it on the bark of some other trees as well. Does anyone know who I would take a piece of tree bark to in order to identify what it is?
on Jun 01, 2013
Lichens, if I remember correctly, are actually edible! Something to keep in mind in case of a
They are wild KMS. Can't believe I missed the flowers, but am glad that some are still in
bloom. Having grown up in Portugal, these were a common sighting in most gardens, but I never expected to find them growing wild in my new home in VA! Am wondering if I can try to transplant a few so they climb up the new pergola that my husband just built? There are quite a few vines!