Sorry on the original picture you can see the fence is good on the left of the post.
I like the picture of the horse mint anyway. Honey is good. There are some I do prefer, from the mts of NC the Sourwood honey is good.We get a lot of orange blossom honey.I like a bad fence, that way I don't tear a shirt on the barbed wire. (smile)
Believe it or not, I've never heard of Horsemint, but I'd like to try Horsemint honey.
that reminds meare you still usingyour horse remedy?
I love the photo...so very picturesque.And I did not know that this is actually edible. I learned something today....I've seen this all over south Texas these days.
Yes Lisa I used my horse remedy on my knee this morning.
some great growth because of the rains! thanks, paula!
Hello,I have not heard of Horsemint, I assume the bees love it. Great fence find, have a happy day!
Indeed, healthy, lovely and necessary growth! Very nice.
I have never heard of horsemint it is very pretty. We need more bees every where. B
A interesting and succsessful shot !Greetings from germany
Another lovely picture of rural areas .....that I love so much. I've never heard of Horsemint but most likely I may know it by another common name. I do love the country and all that rustic charm. I did live in large cities for a certain portion of my life and I know now that I needed the knowledge I gleaned from that experience and If I hadn't done that, I may now feel that I missed out on something. But I always knew that I would return to the rural and live happily everafter.....with good fences and bad fences. lol
Lovely picture. I have never heard of that neither the name.
I need to look this up to see a better view of the plant...I had not heard of horsemint either.
That is a new one for me. Never heard of Horsemint.
Had no clue about Horsemint. Looks cool!
Like others I have not heard of Horsemint before so this was an informational fence as well.
Hope the Bees find that plant. I love honey.
and covered fence...you can barely see it!! but i really like the "realness" of both the fence and the image!!
Paula, I've never heard of horsemint, but I'll be the bees can make good honey with it?
I have never seen Horsemint in my whole life. Looks fragrant. Is it?
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