Today I walked around my town
|Captions not in rhyme.|
|Down side of mint: it spreads like a weed. Up side of mint: your neighbors will beg you to take some.|
They cast their treasures down on me.
In purples, reds, in golds and browns,
|Green walnuts make yellow dye. Dried walnuts make brown dye. The oil is citrus-y, and is anti-bacterial.|
It makes me smile, it makes me think,
|I see you, sneaky grapes.|
|Rose hips make tea and syrup, and are chock full of vitamin C.|
But fruit is good, and free to all.
It makes me feel the world's benign.
|Crab apples taste like Smarties...recipes to come...|
|Bay tree = tree of life|