Is jmeli a special plant? -- I don't recognize it. I'd like to try some golden, though.
jmeli is translated by mistletoe in english... i don't know how common this plant is elsewhere. You can click on the name to find the wikipedia article.In France, the name is known and associated with the New Year's celebrations : 2 persons who would find themselves under a bunch when midnight rings should kiss :]Here as I said, everone gets a small bunch for his home, it costs about 1 euro in Prague. I am not really sure if there's a special place to put it at home... i just like the way it looks.
Oh, of course! (I had failed to notice the link.) You have very substantial bunches to choose from. Whenever I see it around here it is in a little ball about the size of a fist.My children are shunning mistletoe because they are in the "no kissing" stage.
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