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Sweetfern and bayberry

Alice Millett Lawrence

Sweetfern and bayberry

by Alice Millett Lawrence

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Published by Marshall Jones Co. in Francestown, New Hampshire .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Verse and prose.

Statementby Alice Millett Lawrence.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3523.A924 S8
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p. ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6129483M
LC Control Number52068011
OCLC/WorldCa15184665

  Reviews and Praise. Foreword Reviews— "The renewed interest in foraging wild foods has inspired many new cookbooks, but none is as comprehensive as Marie Viljoen’s Forage, Harvest, Feast: A Wild-Inspired n is a writer and wild foods evangelist who packs nearly five hundred recipes for thirty-six wild plants into her well-illustrated, playfully written : Marie Viljoen. Books shelved as newbery: The Giver by Lois Lowry, The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle, When You Reach Me by Rebecc.

The Myricaceae are a small family of dicotyledonous shrubs and small trees in the order are three genera in the family, although some botanists separate many species from Myrica into a fourth genus 55 species are usually accepted in Clade: Tracheophytes. - Explore maryfern85's board "Sweet Fern" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Planting flowers, Plants and Garden plants pins.

New York State has two records for this species in the dwarf pine barrens on Long Island and the Albany Pine Bush. Covell () reports this species as uncommon to rare throughout its range. The food source is purported to be members of the Myricaceae family of plants (wax-myrtle family). This plant family includes sweetgale, sweet-fern and. Sweet fern (Comptonia peregrina) is a North American shrub found chiefly in the E United States and cultivated elsewhere in dry, sandy areas. Its foliage is used for medicines and tea. Bayberry is classified in the division Magnoliophyta, class Magnoliopsida, order Myricales.


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Sweetfern and bayberry by Alice Millett Lawrence Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sweetfern is a native shrub to eastern Canada and eastern U.S. It is in the bayberry family (Myricaceae) and tends to occur in colonies. This is not a true fern despite its name. Sweetfern has medicinal properties and has been known to assist every organ in the.

What are sweetfern plants. For starters, sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina) isn’t a fern at all but actually belongs to the same plant family as wax myrtle or attractive plant is named for the narrow, fern-like leaves and sweet-smelling foliage. The overall plant.

Upper side of a leaf. Note the resemblance to a fern leaf, hence the name, "Sweetfern". Underside of a leaf. Hairy stems. A nice tea can be made from the leaves.

When making wild teas, remember that most wild teas don't get very dark when steeped. And. Sweetfern’s Buds Set. Although its name implies otherwise, Sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina) is not a fern. Rather, it is a flowering shrub in the Bayberry family, Myricaceae, whose leaves bear some resemblance to fern fronds.

It does deserve the other half of its common name, however. Sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina), a North American shrub masquerading as a fern, is beginning to edge onto the gardening radar. It belongs to the Myricaceae (wax myrtle, or bayberry) family, whose leaves are redolent of resinous : Marie Viljoen.

Comptonia peregrina (sweetfern) Tough-as-nails native plant related to bayberry, not to ferns. Tolerates poor soil, wet soil and drought; prefers dry sandy sites. Nitrogen-fixer. Used by native Americans to treat poison ivy. Reported to repel mosquitoes.

Makes a nice tea. Smells divine as you stroll by. Can spread by long roots when happy. No book captures the memory of my Mother reading to me as a young child more than "The Little Mailman of Bayberry Lane" written by Ian Munn with a copyright of The illustrations were done by Elizabeth Webbe and the publisher is Rand McNally and Company of Chicago.

Hundreds of times I listened to my mother's sweet voice read this book/5(25). The story was intriguing. After reading the book by Paul Burrel (Diana's butler), who pretty much wrote praises about his former-boss, I wanted to get an angle of her other employees/staff to get their view on how Diana really was like to be around.

This book was easy to read and entertaining at the same time/5(). As a landscape plant, Bayberry is excellent for massing, borders or combining with broadleaf evergreens.

It responds well to a periodic pruning to keep it’s form. Wildlife: Fruit is popular with turkey, ruffed grouse, bobwhite, pheasant, tree swallows, several varieties of woodpeckers, and many others. Bayberry contains triterpenes (such as taraxerol, taraxeron and myrikadiol), flavonoids (myricitrin), tannins, phenols, resins and rubber substances.

The European settlers who came to North America learned about the medicinal properties of bayberry from the Native Americans. Sweet fern is a strongly aromatic, fernlike deciduous shrub; its slender, reddish-brown branches grow up to 5 feet high and bear alternate, short-petioled, linear-oblong leaves that are deeply pinnatifid with lobes that are broader than they are long.

The leaves are soft-hairy, lance shaped; inches long with prominent rounded teeth. Sweetfern and Bayberry by Alice Millet Lawrence, hardcover bookvintage. $ Free shipping. Picture Information. It is #4 in the series of books released in the early 's by Mattel and Random House to compliment the line of Barbie and friends dolls and fashions.

The books fill in her back story to enhance the play Rating: % positive. "The renewed interest in foraging wild foods has inspired many new cookbooks, but none is as comprehensive as Marie Viljoen’s Forage, Harvest, Feast: A Wild-Inspired Cuisine. Viljoen is a writer and wild foods evangelist who packs nearly five hundred recipes for thirty-six wild plants into her well-illustrated, playfully written : Chelsea Green Publishing.

It reminded me of my many treks through the Maine wild landscape. Walking through waist-high patches of sweetfern gave my clothes an aroma that lasted all day.

Sweetfern (Comptonia peregrina) is not actually a fern at all. It’s a flowering plant in the same family as wax myrtle, sweet gale and bayberry. Similarly, it can be used as a spice, too. Plants in the wax-myrtle family – notably bayberry and sweet gale – are known for their fragrance.

But sweetfern may be the most aromatic of all. On hot, sunny days, the scent is detectable from a considerable distance, and the wonderful aroma. Gardening Grow Sweetfern in Your Garden It belongs to the family Myricaceae (wax myrtle, or bayberry) family, whose leaves square measure remindful resiny spice.

Sweetfern’s native vary is within the chilly elements of the Japanese u. s., and it’s listed by the Department of Agriculture as vulnerable in four states: Illinois. The Myricaceae Blume (bayberry family) contains the bayberry, sweetgale, and sweet-fern species.

Robert L. Wilbur () recommended splitting Myrica (bayberry and sweetgale), moving most of the bayberry species to Morella and leaving sweetgale in also expressed doubt about whether the two eastern North American bayberry species, M.

pensylvanica and M. caroliniensis. The occurrence of spore-negative and spore-positive root nodules of Comptonia peregrina (sweet fern) and Myrica pensylvanica (bayberry) was examined in Maine, as well as the distribution of these. Here are some facts. Sweet-fern isn’t a fern; it’s a shrub.

Its scientific name is Comptonia peregrine, and it belongs to the bayberry family. If Thoreau scholar and botanist Ed Schofield were still here to expound upon this plant at length, he would tell you that sweet-fern is one of the few species that is able to “fix nitrogen.”.

Bulldozers and Bacteria: The Ecology of Sweet Fern Peter Del Tredici Comptonia peregrina, a common roadside plant in eastern North America, provides a case study both of how nature copes with disturbance to the land and of just how convoluted the study of this process can be. Sweet fern, Comptonia peregrina, is a shrubby member of the Myricaceae, or bayberry family.

Sweet fern grows wild along my street - several neighbors have it growing in abundance. We have two 3x4' shrubs and two that are still single stem, ' tall. They are growing on a bank, and seem to be hanging on in the face of some serious erosion.Quercus marilandica is a small deciduous tree growing to 15 meters (49 feet) tall, with bark cracked into rectangular black plates with narrow orange fissures.

The leaves are 7–20 cm (3–8 in) long and broad, and typically flare from a tapered base to a broad three-lobed bell shape with only shallow indentations. They are dark green and glossy above, pubescent underneath, and often remain Family: Fagaceae.Myricaceae, bayberry family The 50 species of small trees and shrubs comprising the bayberries are all aromatic and wind-pollinated.

Catkins are unisexual, comprising numerous tiny flowers.