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Beltane

Beltane is a spring festival celebrated by many traditions that trace their history to Northern and Western European agrarian culture. It may be celebrated when the sun is at 15 degrees Taurus or on the fixed date of April 30 - May 1 in the Northern Hemisphere. In the Southern ...
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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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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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Copper

Natural History Copper is generally found in nugget form or sometimes in rough crystal-like clumps or strands. It is very malleable, so it is a popular metal to use for jewelry and tool-making, though it is too soft to use for most tools though it adds malleability to harder or ...
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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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August

August is the eighth month of the Gregorian and Julian Calendars. It was originally called Sextilis, as it was the sixth month of the Roman Calendar year but it was renamed by the Roman Senate to honor Caesar Augustus in the year 8 BCE because he had three great triumphs ...
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