Your safety is important to me.  I do want you to feel safe when you use this site, and in your own garden, and when you order product through this site.  The world is a dangerous place and there are many many things beyond my control.

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As author of this blog, I have researched the plants, items, and products I discuss, as have the guest bloggers that appear on this site from time to time. We do our best to keep your safety in mind.

Note that humans (and pets, and wildlife visiting the garden) will vary in their ability to tolerate even the barest contact with plants, and the authors on this site cannot be held responsible for any adverse reaction.

Individuals using the information on this site. or the flowers, plants, or products mentioned on this site, do so entirely at their own risk.

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Lycium, also called desert goji, is related to tomatoes. Many people can safely eat the berries, some can not. This is mentioned in the post on the topic.

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More about overall care of your land and landscape in this book: Month by Month Gardening for Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico (Cool Springs Press).  This link is to Amazon and if you buy the book there the Horticulture Therapy non-profit Tierra del Sol Institute will get a few pennies – at no extra cost to you.

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