Entries Tagged ‘Plant’

Cloud Berries

Cloud berries are called ‘molter’ in Norwegian.  They are little puffs of fruity-flesh, similar to raspberries, with a sweet and sour tang.  Usually eaten with just whipped cream, they can also be used with cakes, on bread, and as a jam. Cloud berries are found in swamp areas in Northern Scandinavia.  They are not farmed, […]

Southern Sunset: Tromsø Palm

The Tromsø Palm is beautiful but deadly.  It stands strong and high, and dominates roadsides, gullies, creek banks and backyards.  It changes dramatically from Spring to Winter – an alluring plant to photograph. Tromsø Palm in: Spring, Autumn, Winter The plant’s sap is poisonous to the touch.  One can suffer an array of ailments from […]

White Bachelor’s Buttons: Arctic Garden

white-bachelors-buttonsFlower Show Series: Arctic Botanical Garden Selection – Tromsø

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