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Botany in a Day Review - Part 9

 
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Summary

Summary prepared by Marianne Cooper

Paul and Samantha have a detailed discussion regarding the olive family, it's importance and the frustration of some genus dubbed invasive/illegal. Further discussion begins with a variety of plants and how they tell us where a high water table may be, what the weather has and will do as well as cures and purpose. They then discuss "native" plants not necessarily originating in North America, but easily acclimated to our climate. Further discussion includes specific uses for blossoms as well as leaves, roots and limbs.

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