Tag Archives: seed dispersal

Dandelions control and allelopathy

Originally posted on changinglifestyleblog:
Although where ever possible I am not a user of herbicides, dandelions could be considered an exception. Even the smallest fragment of root will regenerate and with the production of hundreds of seeds from each plant the…

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Tree of the month: Alder

The moon was full last night. So according to my favourite version of the Ogham ‘tree calendar’, we’re now halfway through the Month of the Alder. You might choose to follow my ‘ogham’ tag for other posts in this series. … Continue reading

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Tree of the month: Ash

In two days’ time the moon will be new. So according to this version of the Ogham ‘tree calendar’ extended into 2013, we’re about to enter the Month of the Ash. You might choose to follow my ‘ogham’ tag for … Continue reading

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Tree of the month: Rowan

A few nights ago the moon was new. So according to this version of the Ogham ‘tree calendar’ extended into 2013, we’re now in the Month of the Rowan. You might choose to follow my ‘ogham’ tag for other posts … Continue reading

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