Monthly Archives: September 2012

Flowers Without Foliage

The genus Colchicum gets its name from an early kingdom (sixth to first century B.C.) of what is now western Georgia along the east end of the Black Sea. Colchis was home of Medea and a destination of Jason and … Continue reading

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Childhood Memory Thickens

I’m not sure what made me think of tapioca recently. My mother would make what we called “tapioca” and most of the world apparently called “tapioca pudding” at irregular intervals through my childhood. We had Jell-O far more often and … Continue reading

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