An on-line resource for scientific discovery, photography, travel, exploration and educational tools Circulo de Coleccionistas de Cactus Y Crasas - fundada 1959, su objetivo es reunir a los coleccionistas y aficionados a los cactus y otras suculentas para que compartan sus experiencias por medio de reuniones o ser el vnculo entre coleccionistas que no puedan asistir a ellas.Australian Society for Horticultural Science - The promotion and enhancement of Australian horticultural science and industry.
Given the repetition of "early," presumably this is advice to harvest nettles first thing in the morning and to cut them back hard [which seems to contradict the advice of the Royal Horticultural Society].
It looks like we don't have a specific address for Coffee Meets Bagel, which makes giving directions tricky.
Urtica species are food for the caterpillars of numerous Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths), such as the tortrix moth Syricoris lacunana and several Nymphalidae, such as Vanessa atalanta, one of the red admiral butterflies.
Urtica species grow as annuals or perennial herbaceous plants, rarely shrubs. Their often quadrangular stems are unbranched or branched, erect, ascending or spreading.
In 1874, while in Collioure (south of France), French botanist Charles Naudin discovered that strong winds during 24 hours made the stinging hairs of Urtica harmless for a whole week.
Urtica dioica is the main species used for these purposes, but a fair amount also refers to the use of Urtica urens, the small nettle.
Arthritic joints were traditionally treated by whipping the joint with a branch of stinging nettles, a process called urtication.
Nettles can also be used to make a herbal tea known as nettle tea.
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