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I saw growing this month some bugleweed. This is what the horticultural website The Spruce says about it:

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This is wild garlic, an early summer delight to those who enjoy woodland walks. It is a species of Allium, first given its name by Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in 1753. Its comes from the Greek ἀλέω (aleo, to avoid) on account of its garlicky smell. Yet this, for many, is its very attraction. In 2 Corinthians 2:15, Paul writes:

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As the United Kingdom and other nations supply the Ukrainians with weaponry against the Russian bear, and nervous Baltic states begin hastily completing NATO application forms, it is clear that man’s capacity for warfare is little diminished since ancient times. Defence budgets are rising as governments consider their own security, or plot mastery over their neighbours.