Queen Anne’s lace and yarrow have many useful qualities, but they look a lot like poison hemlock. Here’s how to tell these wildflowers apart.
Tomatoes are a nightshade, and many of its wild relatives are indeed poisonous. Same for carrots, which are related to poison hemlock.
If you have access to woodlands, these 4 sources help you explore products other than lumber to establish a lucrative and thriving partnership with nature.
That overabundance of acorns is not a mistake, but rather trees’ coordinated effort to reproduce, affecting rodents, insects and humans.