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Bog Myrtle – An Ancient Beer Brewing Flavouring And A Modern Insect Repellant

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
By David Hugonin BOTANICAL NAME Myrica Gale Mog Myrtle sometimes known as Sweet Gale is the badge of the Campbells and is a deciduous, bushy shrub, growing to 4 feet high. The wood and leaves are fragrant when bruised. The leaves, not unlike a willow or myrtle, are oblanceolate, tapering entire at the base, toothed and broadest at the apex, the The Rest of the Story [...]