Results for: Mistletoe

What is mistletoe?

American plants closely resembling Old World mistletoe . Old World parasitic shrub having branching greenish stems with leathery leaves and waxy white glutinous berries; the (MORE)

Is mistletoe a plant?

Yes, a mistletoe is a parasitic plant with white berries , traditionally used as a Christmas decoration. Ox, Smartiiz.. no mistltoe is not a plant it comes off a plant thoug (MORE)

Why do you have mistletoe?

We have mistletoe because kissing is fun, and it is an excuse to romantically kiss your spouse or to daringly peck the cheek of anyone you'd like to catch standing under it! (MORE)

Mistletoe how to preserve?

you can preserve mistletoe by pressing it. you could press it by putting it in between two books (or other objects) for any amount of time you need. Take it out whenever y (MORE)

Is mistletoe edible?

Mistletoe leaves themselves are edible. I use them in a "sleepy-tea" recipe that also includes valerian and chamomile (about equal amounts of each). I get mine as loose leaves (MORE)

What has mistletoe to do with Christmas?

A mistletoe, is a sign of love. If someone kisses someone else under a mistletoe, then they will probably know it's a sign of love. If they kiss, and don't feel any love, then (MORE)
In Science

Is mistletoe a consumer?

Mistletoe does not make its own food, so yes , it is aconsumer. Mistletoe absorbs water and food from the trees on whichit grows, so it is also considered parasitic.