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Local #yyj  friends! If you haven’t seen the massive giveaway happening over at @mesarentals, get on it! Over $1000 in prizes to create an incredible party (birthday, baby shower, wedding shower, dinner with friends!) or wedding. It ends on Saturday so make sure you enter soon! 🎉
A beautiful little patch of Jewel Weed — the plant known for its exploding pods a.k.a. the “touch me not”. Jewelweed often stands in full bloom, carrying its odd-shaped, speckly blossoms. This herb is a wonderful poison ivy remedy, and I always gather a large bunch to keep in my medicine cabinet. I also break off a few of the pretty plants for my plant press—the shock of orange blossoms is beautiful against the ivory pages of my notebook. 
Medicinal Jewelweed Uses
Jewelweed has a fairly specific and limited medicinal use, but is effective and good to know about in survival situations. Freshly crushed and rubbed onto the skin, the plant helps control the itching of a variety of irritations and is a traditional remedy for poison ivy. If rubbed immediately onto the affected areas, or used as a strong wash after exposure to poison ivy, jewelweed can prevent or alleviate the allergic reaction. A poultice or strong wash (used separately or together) can also heal a rash that has developed. Because jewelweed, in addition to its other attributes, has fungicidal properties, it can help repel an itchy and uncomfortable case of athlete's foot.
Jewelweed Plant Description
The jewelweed is a tall, pretty plant that thrives in wet woods, shady meadows, and along stream banks. Commonly known as the "touch-me-not," the two species of jewelweed can be used interchangeably for many medicinal purposes. In both species, the flower is attractive, though oddly shaped, and some people plant this herb solely for its ornamental attributes. The leaves grow along a pale green stem, are softly toothed, and repel water. In fact, jewelweed got its name because drops of rain or dew bead up like tiny crystal droplets on the plant's leaves. These oval- or egg-shaped leaves have pale undersides and grow up to three inches in length. The entire plant height can grow up to six feet tall.
In the spotted touch-me-not, Impatiens capensis, blossoms are vibrant orange with reddish-brown spots. The one-inch long flower dangles from a long stalk, and each flower has a sharply curved spur at the rear. In the pale touch-me-not, Impatiens pallida, the blossom is similar in shape, but is bright to pale...
A beautiful little patch of Jewel Weed — the plant known for its exploding pods a.k.a. the “touch me not”. Jewelweed often stands in full bloom, carrying its odd-shaped, speckly blossoms. This herb is a wonderful poison ivy remedy, and I always gather a large bunch to keep in my medicine cabinet. I also break off a few of the pretty plants for my plant press—the shock of orange blossoms is beautiful against the ivory pages of my notebook.  Medicinal Jewelweed Uses Jewelweed has a fairly specific and limited medicinal use, but is effective and good to know about in survival situations. Freshly crushed and rubbed onto the skin, the plant helps control the itching of a variety of irritations and is a traditional remedy for poison ivy. If rubbed immediately onto the affected areas, or used as a strong wash after exposure to poison ivy, jewelweed can prevent or alleviate the allergic reaction. A poultice or strong wash (used separately or together) can also heal a rash that has developed. Because jewelweed, in addition to its other attributes, has fungicidal properties, it can help repel an itchy and uncomfortable case of athlete's foot. Jewelweed Plant Description The jewelweed is a tall, pretty plant that thrives in wet woods, shady meadows, and along stream banks. Commonly known as the "touch-me-not," the two species of jewelweed can be used interchangeably for many medicinal purposes. In both species, the flower is attractive, though oddly shaped, and some people plant this herb solely for its ornamental attributes. The leaves grow along a pale green stem, are softly toothed, and repel water. In fact, jewelweed got its name because drops of rain or dew bead up like tiny crystal droplets on the plant's leaves. These oval- or egg-shaped leaves have pale undersides and grow up to three inches in length. The entire plant height can grow up to six feet tall. In the spotted touch-me-not, Impatiens capensis, blossoms are vibrant orange with reddish-brown spots. The one-inch long flower dangles from a long stalk, and each flower has a sharply curved spur at the rear. In the pale touch-me-not, Impatiens pallida, the blossom is similar in shape, but is bright to pale...
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“The "Rhodophoria", a festival of roses, was held in honor of Isis throughout the Roman Empire. The name of the festival Rhodophoria comes from rhod or rhodo derived from the Greek rhodon meaning ‘rose’. The second half of the name drives from Latin phore or phorus derived from the Greek, phoros, phoror and pherein meaning ‘to carry’, or ‘to bear’, or ‘the carrier’. In the time of the classical Roman poet Virgil (70 BC to 19 BC) the Rhodophoria was an important festival of the Hellenistic Isis, who was closely identified with Demeter. It involved the wearing or carrying of roses by the general populace, especially women, rather than adorning military standards.” — http://mirrorofisis.freeyellow.com
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Rhodophoria . . “The "Rhodophoria", a festival of roses, was held in honor of Isis throughout the Roman Empire. The name of the festival Rhodophoria comes from rhod or rhodo derived from the Greek rhodon meaning ‘rose’. The second half of the name drives from Latin phore or phorus derived from the Greek, phoros, phoror and pherein meaning ‘to carry’, or ‘to bear’, or ‘the carrier’. In the time of the classical Roman poet Virgil (70 BC to 19 BC) the Rhodophoria was an important festival of the Hellenistic Isis, who was closely identified with Demeter. It involved the wearing or carrying of roses by the general populace, especially women, rather than adorning military standards.” — http://mirrorofisis.freeyellow.com . . . ©feik@ukartists.com
The Flower Market on 7th is giving away a ** FREE ** DIY Floral Wedding Design Class for you AND a friend! (Valued at $65 per person)
** You get to choose the class of you’d like to attend! **
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Cut off is this Friday at 3pm.
Winner will be announced Friday at 5pm!
||📸 credit: @sevenandcharm -made in our class!||
The Flower Market on 7th is giving away a ** FREE ** DIY Floral Wedding Design Class for you AND a friend! (Valued at $65 per person) ** You get to choose the class of you’d like to attend! ** ••• WANT TO WIN!? ••• All you have to do is: • Like this photo on our page • Tag the friend you want to join • Both must be following @theflowermarketon7th •Repost this photo to your IG with the hashtag #FlowerMarket 💐GiveAway ••• Cut off is this Friday at 3pm. Winner will be announced Friday at 5pm! ||📸 credit: @sevenandcharm -made in our class!||
When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not.
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When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not. . . . . . . #flower  #flowers  #flowerstagram  #flowersofinstagram  #flowerstalking  #flowerlove  #flowergram  #flowerphotography  #flowersmakemehappy  #flowerlover  #flowerart  #flowermagic  #blooooms  #inspiredbypetals  #petalsandprops  #flowerfriday  #simply_flowers 
“I love to go to the zoo. But not on Sunday. I don’t like to see the people making fun of the animals, when it should be the other way around.” .
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“I love to go to the zoo. But not on Sunday. I don’t like to see the people making fun of the animals, when it should be the other way around.” . . . . . . Ernest Hemingway . . . . . . #ernesthemingway  #hemingway  #mood  #moodoftheday  #untoldstories  #pastel  #colors  #lifestyle  #thatpnwlife  #moodygrams  #artofvisuals  #untoldvisuals  #visualscollective  #minimal  #bevisuallyinspired  #thisismycommunity  #makeitblissful  #midcentury  #photofilmy  #designboom  #whpshine  #modernism  #flowerfriday  #paintingsdaily  #fromthevault  #selfie  #searchwandercollect  #odtakeovers  #designobject  #sunday 
Свободная красота в природе, цветы способны на настоящее волшебство, затронуть самые глубокие чувства
Свободная красота в природе, цветы способны на настоящее волшебство, затронуть самые глубокие чувства
Утро прекрасное, последние деньки солнечного лета, которые будут вспоминаться первыми прохладными осенним вечерами
Утро прекрасное, последние деньки солнечного лета, которые будут вспоминаться первыми прохладными осенним вечерами
Порой, мы перестаём замечать все то, что приносит красоту в этот мир. И стоит позволить себе получить удовольствие от того, что нас окружает
Порой, мы перестаём замечать все то, что приносит красоту в этот мир. И стоит позволить себе получить удовольствие от того, что нас окружает
У цветов не бывает будней, они всегда одеты празднично
У цветов не бывает будней, они всегда одеты празднично
"От красивой женщины ничего нельзя скрыть". Для искренних  и настоящих чувств, говорит сам за себя 💞💞
"От красивой женщины ничего нельзя скрыть". Для искренних и настоящих чувств, говорит сам за себя 💞💞