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October 4, 2011 Calendar Entry

Evening Primrose grows wild all over North America and Europe. See if you can find some blooming near by. If all you can find are the tops with seed heads, those are harvestable as well. Cut the plants off at the base and place them in a paper or cloth sack to bring home to dry. Be sure to save the seeds as they are useful too!

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