HERB - Re: Woad
Warren & Meredith Harmon
corwynsca at juno.com
Fri Apr 6 00:38:30 PDT 2001
>Woad is in the Mustard or Cabbage Family, Brassicaceae (also called
>Cruciferae). It has the standard flowers of the family -- little
>yellow four-petal flowers. Probably not much scent.
Ahhhh - and any scent it would have would be somewhat bitter. Got it.
Hmm - must actually *see* this plant in person, 'cause I'm a-thinking
it's got UV spots on its petals. (Most flowers do, and weirdo-me sees
UV. Don't even *ask* me how I see color... maybe I was a bee in a
former life?? ;-)
Woad trip. Definitely need a woad trip. On the woad again.....
Woad on bone beads...hmmmmm......
> And Caro, be patient. For a potentially explosive situation
>being very restrained in their rhetoric. That's very promising.
(mutter mumble grumble) Yeah, that's what my brain knows, but someone
hot-wired all my nerves right into that leetle spot right below mt
breastbone. Figit figit figit... if you could see me, you'd see *three*
of me, cause I just want her *home* noooooooow!
(Rant over. Sorry.)
-Caro the oversharing fussbudget
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