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“Mary Delany made thousands of these floral works using tiny pieces of paper, and only began at age 72! #IWD2017 https://t.co/5B96c15Pd4”

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Thistle 11 x 14 Archival Art Print by SoundofWingsStudio on Etsy, $65.00

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Thistle 11 x 14 Archival Art Print by SoundofWingsStudio on Etsy, $65.00

Stinging Nettle Root Extract | Buy Nettle Root Powder Online

Stinging Nettle Root extract can help to naturally prevent male hormones converting to estrogen. Buy high-quality Nettle Root powder online here.

Dandelion Print Flower Home Decor Kitchen Wall Art Yellow | Etsy

ITEM DESCRIPTION Dandelion Print Flower Home Decor Kitchen Wall Art Yellow Flower Poster Large Wall Art Print Dandelion - beautiful print based on of antique botanical illustration from 1831. ✱✱✱ PLEASE NOTE: ✱✱✱ ➔ Listings is for PRINT ONLY, frame and decorations are not included. ➔ Prints are

7 Beneficial Herbs To Grow For Your Dog

7 Beneficial Herbs To Grow For Your Dog

It's finally gardening weather! And whether or not you have a yard with space to plant in, a porch with room for a small herb garden box, or just a windowsill, you can still grow these easy, dog friendly herbs! They all have different benefits and ways they can improve and aid your dog's health, and many people feel that a weekly or daily sprinkling of different herbs in your dog's food can be quite beneficial, as dogs are omnivores and in the wild often eat plants.

Feverfew. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Feverfew. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Marshmallow. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Marshmallow. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Fenugreek. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Fenugreek. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Chamomile. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.

Chamomile. From Ed Smith's personal library: Stephenson & Churchill, "Medical Botany": 1834-1836.