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July

July is the seventh month in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. The ancient Romans called the month Quintilius and it was the 5th month of their calendar until the formation of the Julian calendar. The name was changed to July in honor of Julius Ceasar who was born the 12th ...
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Alban Elfed

Alban Elfed is the Autumnal Equinox festival celebrated by members of the European Druidic tradition of the Order of the Bards, Ovates and Druids. It is celebrated as a harvest and Thanksgiving festival. Visit https://www.druidry.org/druid-way/teaching-and-practice/druid-festivals/autumn-equinox-alban-elfed for more information ...
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Apple

Malus domestica General Information Apples are among the most common fruits eaten in the US and Europe. They grow just about anywhere. There are many varieties; most are small to medium-sized tree. These members of the rosacea family have characteristic five-petaled flowers appear in the spring. The petals are white ...
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Arnica

Arnica montana Arnica is a member of the Asteraceae (or Compositeae) family along with sunflowers and dandelions. It is a hardy perennial native to the mountains and pasturelands of Central Europe. The green oval-shaped leaves are covered with fine hairs and form a flat rosette. Several leaf stems, also hairy and 1-2 ...
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Basil

Ocimum basilicum & spp Other Names Albahaca, St. Joseph's Wort, Sweet Basil General Information Basil is a member of the mint family with a characteristic square, hairy stem, labiate flowers, and opposite leaves. It has a rich, spicy aroma reminiscent of the other mints with a hint of clove. Flowers appear ...
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Bay Laurel

Laurus nobilis Bay is an evergreen shrub (often referred to as a small tree) native to Asia Minor and areas around the Mediterranean. It has shiny oval leaves, pointed with dark green on top with a lighter underside. Flowers, which appear in clusters in the spring are yellow and are ...
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