Origin of mistletoe
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Christmas trees bought and decorated, fireplace mantels being decorated and holly and mistletoe hung.Christmas for the LGBTQ community and friends|Peter Rosenstein|December 9, 2021|Washington Blade
In fact, “mistletoe might teach us a lesson on how to survive at energy-limiting conditions,” Senkler said.
“We started joking about researchers falling off trees in the attempt to get their hands on mistletoe plants,” Senkler wrote in an email to Quanta.
Holiday-season traditions stretching back for centuries have linked wintertime romance to decorative sprigs of mistletoe.
Eventually, the mistletoe bush grows, blooms, and forms berries, and the cycle begins anew.
In a dramatic twist on mistletoe reproduction, their seeds explode, literally.
“Mistletoe infections can be a symptom of larger problems,” notes Shaw.
Mistletoe is basically a vampire—but one of those an anti-hero type vampires.
Mistletoes infections can kill individual trees and stands of trees, and most mistletoe species attack specific tree species.
Fieldfares and Mistletoe Thrushes usually sell at fourpence each, the rest at fourpence a couple.Birds of Guernsey (1879)|Cecil Smith
And he said, in a very low voice, 'I didn't dare to kiss you under the mistletoe.'Four Days|Hetty Hemenway
The Mistletoe was a sore puzzle to our ancestors, almost as great a mystery as the Fern.
The mystery attaching to the Mistletoe arose from the ignorance as to its production.
In my dreams last night were all sorts of Christmas things—home and mistletoe and you under it, my love.Polly the Pagan|Isabel Anderson