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Witches Brooms

Witches Brooms

Witches Brooms Facts

Witches Brooms is another name for Mistletoe. Mistletoe plants include five separate families of hundreds of species: Eremolepidaceae, Loranthaceae, Misodendraceae, Santalaceae and Viscaceae.

Witches Brooms Farms

It may be possible to find any witches brooms farms near your location. We have built a map that will show all of the berry farms in our directory!

Witches Brooms Stories

Under the mistletoe: How a little bird's love for a parasitic plant could save the world's forests
The mistletoe is one of those little plants you hardly notice in the rainforest. It perches on branches of trees like a sea fan on a coral boulder, or like the Christmas decoration with which it shares its name. At first glance, it seems like another ... [ story ]

City Council rejects plan for historic district on Mistletoe in Tobin Hill
A divisive proposal to create a historic district on East Mistletoe Avenue, a quiet residential street in Tobin Hill, was voted down by City Council on Thursday after an effort at compromise failed. The street's residents and property owners spent more ... [ story ]

'Misletoe' tops daily champions
WILMOT — A Holstein named “Mistletoe” shown by Carrie Weis, 18, was named Supreme Champion Friday at the Kenosha County Fair. Weis has shown Mistletoe in the Dairy Show every year for five years. The cow has had three calves and is part of the ... Kenosha News [ story ]

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