Thursday, April 7, 2011

Plants are Cool Too

Bow Leaf:  Sturdy singular leaves that grow in an arc and offer shade for travelers from the heat of the desert. The leaves are widely used in everyday construction, such as for roofs on simple structures.
Maula:  Flowering plants with a distinct rooting formation that elevates them off the sands and keeps them anchored.  The roots are poisonous and dangerous to the touch.
Palmola Shrubs: Growing in a spiral formation, these smaller plants are widely harvested for their berries.  You guessed it, those berries have well-known minor healing properties.

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