Buckwheat, or beech wheat: derives its name from the fact that its seeds resemble smaller versions of beech tree nuts.
Prunus salicina, or the Sweet Treat Pluot Tree: produces a fruit commonly referred to as the Chinese or Japanese Plum.
Castanea mollissima, or the Chinese Chestnut Tree: is one of four main species of chestnut tree -- the others being European, Japanese, and American.
Afrocarpus gracilior, or the Musengera Tree: is an evergreen species most often harvested for timber.
The Auxois Horse: is a large breed from France bred for heavy agricultural work.
The Lady Amherst Pheasant: is native to Burma and southern China and related to the beautiful golden pheasant.
The Black Spotted Jacob Sheep: is rare breed that can have anywhere from two to six horns.
The Silver Pheasant: has red face and legs and is native to Southeast Asia and China.
The Ring-Necked Pheasant: is a common game-bird so named for the white ring around its neck.
Wholesome buckwheat and fresh milk: make these pancakes a great part of any breakfast!
Scrumptious buckwheat crumble and whole wheat batter: are all you need to bake this delicious dessert!
Buckwheat, Strawberries, and a little time in the kitchen: are all you need to bake this beautiful Buckwheat Berry Crumble!
Flavored with fresh picked strawberries and ground Chinese chestnut: this Chinese Chestnut Cake is the perfect end to any meal!
Sweetened with pure cane sugar: a Pluot Plum Crisp goes great with a glass of milk!
Pluot Eton Mess: is fruity, creamy, and easy to make!
Simple, functional, elegant: all you need is a Crafting Workshop and a bit of elbow grease!
Plain wool thread: is all you need hold together the lovely assortment in this Chinese Chestnut Wreath!
Pluot Wood Stain: is a simple and organic method of creating stains for a variety of projects!