Category Archives: Hardy Herbs

When Weather Wins

Print PDFA few stray blooms amid the snow and ice Holidays Happen When They Happen After a week of snowy gardens and icy roads, the rain comes as a very welcome relief. After stir crazy days of not being able … Continue reading

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Costumes From Nature

Print PDFNight flying moth costume with sparkles Wearing The Garden With Halloween on the horizon, my thoughts are turning to costume making. As a child, I loved making my own costumes, from a bat with big wings sewn on from … Continue reading

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Weed Eaters Delight

Print PDFFor extra zing, add a few tasty weeds to your salad bowl Spring Salads Pack A Pleasing Punch As warmer weather arrives (sometimes, at least), the garden beds are filling up fast. Early peas are blooming, last year’s kale … Continue reading

Posted in Care & Feeding, Early Crops, Edible Flowers, Hardy Herbs, Health & Wellbeing, Native Plants, Nutrition, Recipes, Sustainable Gardening, Sustainable Living, Vegan Recipes, Weed Control | 2 Comments

Birds Love Seeds, Bunnies Love Greens

Print PDFIllustration by Garth Williams (from Margaret Wise Brown’s book, Mister Dog) Giving Seed Saving New Meaning Seeds are such little miracles, bundles of protein and promise. Seeds can nurture living beings and create new plants. Seeds can also invite … Continue reading

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