The Iroquois--Iroquois clothing was based seasonally, while providing both decoration plus sufficient protections against the elements of nature. They were created usually from deerskin, but other animal skins, elm bark, and various organic materials were also commonly in use. The women wore wrap around skirts, vests, plus moccasins, while decorating their clothing with porcupine quills, shell beads, dyed hair, feathers, and such.
How to Plant a Perennial Food Garden – 20 Fruits & Veggies That Will Keep Coming Back Year After Year
Rhubarb Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum) is one of the first perennials to come up in spring. This is a plant for cooler regions since it cannot withstand heat above 90F. Well-drained soil amended with rich manure is ideal for growing this vegetable. Sections of rhubarb roots should be planted in early spring and the soil kept moist. Since the clumps can grow 3-4 feet across, sufficient… [read more]