Beautiful Barn Owls | Craig Jones Wildlife Photographer
Quartering over farmland, hovering with moth like silence, flying effortlessly on the wing in the half-light at dawn or dusk is the supreme hunter, the Barn Owl. A bird that has always created a sense of great excitement and fascination for me. In British folklore, a screeching Barn Owl is believed to predict that a […]
Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Nature/Edible Wild Plants - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Clover - The flowers can be eaten raw, added to salads, boiled in soups, or dried and ground to flour. They can also be used to make fritters. Red clover is shown here, but white clover is just as good (but a little smaller, so it takes more work to collect). The leaves and stems are also edible in salads or as greens.
Herbal Remedies With Red Clover - Benefits
Red Clover Herbal Infusion via Rural Spin and Old Moss Woman's Secret Garden on facebook. You can use dried red clover to treat coughs and bronchitis by steeping 1-2 T of dried flowers in a cup of boiling water for 15-20 minutes.