New Purple Octopus?
I found an article from last year that shares news about a New Purple Octopus! “An unidentified purple octopus (pictured) is one of 11 potentially new species found this month during a deep-sea expedition off Canada’s Atlantic coast, scientists say.” Isn’t he cute? You can […]
Purple Passionflower: Legend/Medicinal Uses
According to Merriam Webster, the Passionflower is “any of a genus (Passiflora of the family Passifloraceae, the passionflower family) of chiefly tropical woody tendriled climbing vines or erect herbs with usually showy flowers and pulpy often edible berries” so named “from the fancied resemblance of […]
How to Grow African Violets
Welcome to Part 2 of our Purple Mother’s Day Week here at For the Love of Purple.com! Now that we’ve had our Violet Salad w/Creamy Violet Dressing, I thought we might want to plant some African Violets. If so, here is a grape article that […]
‘PURPLE’ program hopes to stop parents from shaking babies
I found this article on the net advocating the “PURPLE Program” to help parents stop shaking babies. According to the article, “PURPLE is an acronym intended to provide proactive insight. The letters stand for: P – Peak of crying. A baby may cry more each […]
Yes! Purple Snow in Russia!
Russian scientists who have analyzed it believe that the unusual colored snow is the result a massive dust cyclone from Africa entering the upper atmosphere and then mixing with snow clouds over Russia. Here is another article on this story with a better picture of […]