- Eggplant as a vegetable
It is a nightshade class of vegetable.
Reference 1 – Webmed
So why do people avoid them?
Remember how nightshades contain small amounts of alkaloids? Alkaloids can be dangerous in large doses. In fact, there are many other plants in the nightshade family that are poisonous to humans (like, ahem, tobacco).
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- A dead raccoon in our garden
- Good Ol’ America
April 12, 2019
Just another typical day since November1970, I arrived on he American soil as a graduate student in San Francisco. My wife got up with a panic attack at 5 AM, regular schedule being 4 AM to be at the office in the National Guard Headquarter office by 7 AM. That also ...
- Malabar Spinach Gardening and Recipes
Poi (in Odia) is also known as Basella alba is usually referred to as the “spinach” equivalent of a certain country in English, even though it is not related to the true spinach (Spinacia oleracea). Examples include “Malabar spinach”, “Ceylon spinach”, “Indian spinach”, “Surinam spinach”, “Chinese spinach”, or “Vietnamese spinach”.
Soil & Climate
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- Home Gardner Sprinkler System
There is a lot of family fun (age 1-100+) using an inexpensive (suits any pocket)garden sprinkler/dripper system. We use it for an area of 6,000+ sq. ft. lawn/garden area covering may be 400+ linear feet.
What’s the difference between sprinkler and dripper systems?
- Well sprinkler sprinkles (sprinkles above ...
- Shipping live plants
How to prepare curry plants for shipping
Plant sharing among families and friends (especially with large demographic changes in a short time in USA, about 20 years, which amounts to be a large population geographically dispersed and our community living culture) become an impulsive love affair. Shipping plants across the country is fairly easy ...
Home Gardening in Washington DC netro Area
Basics Home gardening is an intoxicating hobby. What kind of garden, flower or vegetable or any mix of these, one wants to accomplish is purely a personal choice. In 1973 as an early immigrant in America we had a Poi (Also known as Malabar Spinach; Basella alba L., Green vines; Basella rubra L, Red vines) in the kitchen of our apartment in Albany, upstate New York. Our newest small backyard patch garden supplies us with a partial dish of something year around plus the comfort of our childhood