During the winter months, I spend more time inside. I like to create tea blends that help me find that calmness and focus that I get I can get out to the green things. It’s not surprising that this recipe works well for my morning routine. Enjoy!
I am so excited to share that two of my articles were published in the March-April 2024 issue of The Essential Herbal! This is so meaningful to me and I wanted to share. If you have little bitty hamsters or gerbils, I wrote about foraging herbs that are safe for them. I also wrote a Spring Revival Herbal Tisane recipe that I think you will enjoy.
parsley often plays a humble backdrop to more flamboyant characters. Yet, this culinary staple, with its bright green leaves and clean, peppery flavor, deserves its moment in the sun. Beyond its role as a garnish, parsley is a versatile and nutritious herb that has been valued for centuries in cuisines and healing traditions around the world.
Mushrooms are incredibly versatile in the kitchen. I like to add them to all the dishes I can. As I am not a mushroom expert, I rely on buying them, but we are lucky enough to have numerous farmers markets where mushroom vendors have a wide variety to offer.
Seed libraries typically organize and distribute seeds using a system that’s both accessible and practical for community members. Here’s a closer look at how the seed storing and lending process usually works, including the use of seed packets:
Rosemary, scientifically known as Rosmarinus officinalis, is not just a culinary staple but a plant steeped in history and lore. Originating from the Mediterranean region, this perennial herb is celebrated for its needle-like leaves and woody aroma, evoking memories of garden freshness and culinary delight. …
A seed library is a collection of seeds aimed at preserving plant diversity, supporting local agriculture, and fostering community resilience and sustainability. It operates similarly to a traditional library, but instead of borrowing books, members take seeds to plant in their gardens.
Navigating through allergy season can be a daunting task for many. The sneezing, watery eyes, and constant itch can drive anyone to distraction. Fortunately, Mother Nature offers a bounty of herbs that can help alleviate these symptoms. Today, let’s talk about some herbs for allergy relief like Nettle, Rosemary, Pearly Everlasting, Goldenrod, and a few others that are not only effective but can also thrive in your garden or the wild.