K like chamomile


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The camomile is a rather inconspicuous garden plant with rather modest claims and represents, besides the letter "K" of our glossary, a whole world of plants, which enrich our gardens decisively.
Because chamomile and (Indian) pokeweed, pine and pumpkin each provide us with multiple benefits: The chamomile willingly filled as a stopgap every short-term solitary bed, the flowers can be given in an inflammation in the airways in soothing inhalation baths, dried with cabbage and seeds make an excellent tea, which can be drunk before sleeping and as a sedative.
Also the pokeweed can look more than just beautiful: the sprouts should taste like asparagus and young leaves have been prepared in American Louisiana for centuries similar to spinach, (according to special recipes to remove the toxins contained), the seeds are said to be an excellent means of Snail defense, and the berries can be used to dye wool red.
The pine trees provide us with their branches to make bed covers and winter protection for sensitive plants, from the cones the children make new animals, and the two together bring the firewood quickly to burning.
And the pumpkin first tastes like soup and then has its star appearance on Halloween... also under the other letters of the glossary you will find many entries to garden plants, which you can use in several ways.
Whereby the double benefit can be as simple as with the fruit tree, which spoils you with blossoms in spring and later with delicious apples or cherries or quinces or plums (for which you can also find processing tips in the glossary). Or as refined as the willow cuttings, which serve you only as a fence post and two years later also produced exactly the willow rods that you need for basket weaving.

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