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Contents Introduction Buttercup Comfrey Cuckoo flower Datura Deadnettle Evening primrose Eyebright Feverfew Foxglove Ground ivy Hedge mustard Herb bennet Herb robert Hop Melilot Mullein Royal fern St. John's Wort Tansy Violet Yarrow Yellow horned poppy Acknowledgements/Bibliography Browser compatibility statement Introduction For centuries, most herbalists have obtained most of their supplies from cultivated crops, either in their own gardens (e.g. especially mediæval monks) or imported from crops grown in warmer climes.
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Filipendula ulmaria (L) Synonyms and Common names : Spiraea ulmaria (L.), Bridewort, meadow queen, meadow-wort, pride of the meadow, queen of the meadow, lady of the meadow, dollof, meadsweet French = Ulmaire, Spanish and Italian = Ulmaria Order : Rosaceae
Rosehip Jelly Method
August rose hips in our garden All my life I've loved wading through fallen leaves.
Rose Hips Recipes Rose hips are the cherry-sized red fruits of the rose bush left behind after the bloom has died. Although nearly all rose bushes produce rose hips, the tastiest for eating purposes come from the Rosa rugosa variety.
Hedgerow Jam 8oz rose hips ~ 1lb blackberries 8oz haws ~ 1lb elderberries 8oz sloes ~ 4oz hazelnuts 8oz rowanberries 1lb crab apples Sugar Wash fruit well.