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Gleditsia triacanthos / Gleditsia sinensis - Honey Locust / Chinese Honey Locust

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Here is a snippet from Adam's Blog.  Click the link at the bottom to read it all.  Reference links are provided by the author.  Gleditsia is a legume tree, very characteristic for its turfs of thorns growing straight from the trunk and branches of the tree, but there are thornless cultivars (Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis) as well. This tree genus can be found as a part of wild flora in many regions of south and east of Asia, both Americas and Africa. Like with many other plants, botanists that have been pioneering Linneus binomial system, have left big mess in...

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Cleome -SPIDERWISP, CAT’S WHISKERS, SPIDER FLOWER

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Cleome as a permaculture plant.  Bee plant, insect repellent, pollination enhancement

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Oh So Good, Shallots!

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A slow simmer in butter or olive oil transforms shallots into a dream version of caramelized onions.

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The Wild Side of Stink - American Highbush Cranberry

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The other umami.  American Highbush Cranberry

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About Us-People Care

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Central Maine and Food Resiliency jiovi® at Foxgreen Farm

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