[Homestead] out of the blue
erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Sun Dec 21 14:30:32 EST 2008
This is a wow plant.
I had never heard of it, and that was the first page I pulled up. It is
beautiful and it should do well here. Wow.
> excellent choice for a shady nook or an east wall in hot summer
> areas. The Magnolia vine prefers a rich, moisture-retentive soil and
> adequate water during the growing season.
My garden soil is moisture retentive.
I'll do some more reading on this, but this looks to be a winning plant
even if it doesn't help my specific problem this time. I love plants
I found this, too..
Kiwi is also on my list of plants to acquire!
$45 for three plants is only slightly more expensive than a
prescription, and it never needs refilling!
Of course, it takes a while to produce, but that's ok..
Muchas gracias, Lynda...
> Speaking of liver cleanses and growing things at home, what about
> Schizandra chinensis (magnolia vine)? They should grow where you
> live, Bev.
> Lynda ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lisa K.V. Perry"
> <lisakvperry at gmail.com>
>> Hey, it occurred to me that perhaps a liver cleanse or detox of all
>> the meds might be beneficial.
>> To aid your liver, you can take milk thistle seed as a supplement
>> (pill) or the real deal, or a combination of milk thistle seed and
>> dandelion roots and tender new leaves (when Spring arrives!) to
>> help your liver. You can get thistle seed now in your health food
>> store, but next summer in your own favorite backyard pasture. [Of
>> course, you guys probably never have any, but from time to time we
>> have thistle. It's good for something.]
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