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Woodland Fungi
Derdriu, I have read that giant puffball is best lightly fried.
frankbeswick, 19 hours ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
Blue plaques only go on the houses once inhabited by famous people. So there must have been special recognition to preserve the rose.l think that moving so well established a plant must have been a major project.Just think of what a hole must ...
frankbeswick, 1 day ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
Wonderful research, Deddriù. We have in the UK legislation to protect heritage sites.I don't know if the blue plaque system was operating in1954,but the road crew would have been directed to preserve the site. We have in the UK a system of ...
frankbeswick, 1 day ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
The page Rosa canina x pimpinellifolia (R. x hibernica) Templeton - rose - Rosaceae on the Flora of Northern Ireland component of the habitas site describes "One of the shrubs" discovered by John Templeton as lasting on a Holywood-area road in ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Woodland Fungi
Thank you! This weekend I expect to make Veronica's recipe for Beacan Bruithe. I intend to apply your observations by making it with oyster mushrooms. If I like Beacan Bruithe -- why wouldn't I considering the cultural source and your sister ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
There are other seed banks in the world as well as Kew. The more the merrier.
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
Woodland Fungi
If only we knew what makes truffles so sensitive to the right conditions!
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
Woodland Fungi
I am familiar with all except black trumpet, yellowfoot, and old man of the woods, which do not seem common over here. I cannot comment on what they taste like in a medley, but I think that oyster mushroom goes well in many dishes.
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
Hopefully,but cuttings are the way to grow hybrids.
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
There are a few nurseries that have them,and all derive from cuttings of the original.
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
Small Gardens
Great.
frankbeswick, 3 days ago
How To Sell Foods at Farmers Markets
Your 05/17/2022 comment is interesting: "The American food system is changing rapidly and much of that is due in part to the pandemic and now inflation. It's becoming obvious to those of us that publish online that we will need to update a lot ...
DerdriuMarriner, 3 days ago
Woodland Fungi
Also, I'd meant to ask another somewhat related question, which deals with such edible mushrooms as chicken-of-the-woods and oyster that occur on your side of the (Atlantic) pond. This weekend looks like a go for making the Beacan Bruithe ...
DerdriuMarriner, 3 days ago
Woodland Fungi
frankbeswick, Thank you for product lines, pretty pictures and practical information. In particular, of all the information in all the paragraphs throughout this entertainingly, excellently educational wizzley, I mull the dilemma in your ...
DerdriuMarriner, 3 days ago
Rosa Hibernica, the Irish Rose
Kew Gardens in London started a project over 20 years ago to collect and catalogue seeds from every plant in the world so species will not die out. It is an almighty project . Hopefully our Beauty here is amongst them.
Veronica, 3 days ago

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