👑 crown-tipped coral fungus
Rainy autumn days leave the woods full of small gifts. 🍂💦
I’m not great at identifying fungi, but I think these might be young chanterelles?
🍄Look at these enormous boys!!
pink roses bending ragged in the rain speaks to me of all gentleness…
Chervil is one of the first garden herbs that can be harvest in spring and traditionally viewed as a symbol of new life.
Today, the herb is mostly known for its culinary uses, and since there is little scientific evidence that the plant has any unique medicinal properties, apart from its nutritional value, it is hardly ever used in modern-day herbal medicine.
Even though chervil is no longer considered to have any significant value as a medicinal herb, it has had its applications in folk medicine for various ailments, both externally and internally.
Just like many other plants in the Apiaceae family, the herb is regarded to have a slight digestive, diuretic, expectorant, sudorific and stimulant properties
To learn more about the benefits of Chervil CLICK HERE: https://www.herbal-supplement-resource.com/chervil-herb-uses-benefits.html
There was a birb nest in the redbud by my front door. i feel very privileged to have seen these guys go from little blue eggs to flying on their own!