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Purslane: Correspondences
Portulaca sativa Folk Names: Garden Purslane, Golden Purslane, Pigweed Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Sleep, Love, Luck, Protection, Happiness...
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Purslane will keep for about a week unwashed, wrapped in a damp paper towel. (change Purslane is often sandy because it grows low to the ground.
Purslane - Portulaca umbraticola L.
However the plant that I will discuss is the Purslane, which is a single portulaca! large as the old-fashioned purslane (or hogweed as the weed is known for).
PEST NOTES Publication 7461. University of California. Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Common purslane
plant nurseries, and cropland. Occurrence: Purslane generally appears in late spring, when soil temperatures are about 60° F.
Purslane. Portulaca oleracea. It is easy to mistake purslane for a nice little succulent that would make a good groundcover.

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Master Gardeners: Many consider purslane a weed, but it's a powerhouse of
Of all the weeds known to man I think that the one that falls most readily into this category is purslane (Portulaca oleracea). Farmers also know it by its other less-glamorous moniker, "pigweed.
Experiments with Purslane
Purslane has found a crack to fill by a building on Catherine St. near downtown Ann Arbor. Purslane, Portulaca oleracea, can be made into in pesto, garlic sauce, juice and kim chi.
Sidewalk Superplant
Purslane is absolutely packed with antioxidants – helpful agents that prevent molecular trouble-makers called free radicals from damaging living cells.
CSA Week #8
For instance, I pulled apart all the basil and put it in a produce-preserver, did the same to the purslane, and cut up the corn. It took some time, but it was a weekend and I was just listening to turntable.
5 Things To Know Today
This time, he talks about purslane, a wild edible that could literally grow on your doorstep. 4. In this week's Crime Update, Community Service Officer Tracy Mishler offers advice on what to do if you encounter a scam on the computer.

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Portulaca oleracea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Purslane (Portulaca oleracea).
Purslane - Weed It or Eat It? - The Homeowners Column - University
Jul 26, 2003 Purslane is cursed and curried all at the same time. For most of us, it comes as an unwelcome guest.
Purslane is a nutritious weed increasingly used in agriculture and cooking recipes.
Purslane Recipes from Prairieland Community Supported
Recipes for purslane from Prairieland Community Supported Agriculture, Prairieland CSA, PCSA.

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