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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

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Nature Journal: Bird's nest? Mistletoe? Nope, it's witch's broom
Nope. They're usually more compact and are definitely leafy in appearance. Broad-winged hawk's nest? Nope. They're usually somewhat flattened in appearance. Hornet's nest? Nope. They're usually more stylish in appearance and aren't comprised of leaves ... Asheville Citizen-Times [ story ]

Shop from more than 60 vendors at Mistletoe in March this weekend
This weekend, shop till 'ya drop at the second annual Mistletoe in March shopping extravaganza. The market features more than 60 local and out-of-state vendors, including boutique Southern Sophisticate; book store The Conundrum, which will be selling ... 225 Baton Rouge [ story ]

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