Folklore And Legends articles at Dave's Garden

154 articles were found tagged with Folklore And Legends:

ArticleAuthorPublish Date
Not For The Dogs: The History And Culture Of The Dogwood Tree Melody Rose March 15th, 2010
Nutmeg: Exotic, Intoxicating Myrstica Sharon Brown December 27th, 2011
Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree! Wherever did you come from? Carrie Lamont December 15th, 2011
Plant Names from Myth: Daphne Lois Tilton February 19th, 2015
Plant Names from Myth: Iris Lois Tilton March 1st, 2009
Plant Names from Myth: Narcissus Lois Tilton September 5th, 2010
Plants: Magic and Mystery Sharon Brown August 20th, 2014
Poison Oak Appreciation Kelli Kallenborn August 26th, 2014
Pussytoes Sharon Brown July 10th, 2012
Quit Smoking With Home-Grown Herbs Tricia Drevets January 17th, 2010
Redbud Trees: Add Carefree Color and Appeal to Your Landscaping April May 25th, 2012
Sacred Botany: the Ancients Sharon Brown November 16th, 2010
Salt and Salts: How They Work Carrie Lamont November 15th, 2013
Sassafras Sharon Brown October 2nd, 2012
Scottish Bluebells: Age-old Blooms and Old-time Lore Jacqueline Cross April 10th, 2013
Shepherd's-purse Sharon Brown December 21st, 2010
ShoeTree. Tell us; What Does It Mean To You? April June 18th, 2008
Sipping Cider Through a Straw: The Rise and Fall of the Drinking Straw Carrie Lamont June 28th, 2013
Six More Weeks of Winter!? Celebrate by Winter Sowing Your Seeds! Jill M. Nicolaus February 15th, 2012
Smartweed Sharon Brown November 11th, 2008
Snakeroot and Ol' Larrnce Sharon Brown September 6th, 2014
Solomon's Seal Sharon Brown July 22nd, 2008
Sparkling Bottle Trees: an American craft Carrie Lamont November 30th, 2012
Spicebush and Chewing Twigs Sharon Brown October 25th, 2011
Star of Bethlehem: Toxic, Invasive, or Lovely? Sharon Brown March 8th, 2011
Summer Solstice Traditions Lois Tilton June 20th, 2012
That's right, Woodchuck-Chuckers - it's GROUNDHOG DAY! Benjamin Hill February 1st, 2015
The biggest, oldest tree in the forest: White Oak Sharon Brown September 20th, 2011
The Christmas Apples Jeremy Wayne Lucas December 3rd, 2010
The Christmas Tree: Eastern red cedar Sharon Brown December 25th, 2012
The classic Adirondack chair: a hundred-plus years of perfect relaxation on a hot summer day. Sally G. Miller September 4th, 2012
The Color Blue in Folklore and in the Garden Kelli Kallenborn January 13th, 2011
The Color Purple in History, Folklore, and the Garden Kelli Kallenborn December 11th, 2013
The Color Red in Folklore and in the Garden Kelli Kallenborn June 9th, 2010
The Color White in Folklore and in the Garden Kelli Kallenborn January 23rd, 2012
The Color Yellow in Gardening and Folklore Kelli Kallenborn July 3rd, 2012
The Cornucopia: Symbol of the Harvest Gwen Bruno November 23rd, 2012
The Culture of Plants Sharon Brown December 29th, 2009
The Cup Plant Sharon Brown September 1st, 2013
The first "Thanksgiving:" what went wrong and what went right Carrie Lamont November 27th, 2013