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Organic fruit & vegetable gardening tips, tricks, & inspiration. Learn how to start a self-sufficient garden with these guides and hacks. Get ideas on design, fertilizer, pest control and more. Information for beginners up to pros. Find ways to grow in raised beds, in containers, and in your own backyard. Soon you'll be picking the best vegetables around.

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Although it might not seem like it, there are so many things to forage for in winter! There are quite a few things you can go foraging for in cold weather, such as lichens, mushrooms, seaweed, roots, and so much more. Here are over 30 edible and medicinal plants you can forage for in the winter to use in for cooking, or in your herbalism and natural medicine practice.

What to Forage in Winter: 30+ Edible and Medicinal Plants and Fungi

Although foraging in winter may seem difficult, there are actually quite a few things that you may find. Learn about what to forage in winter.

Learn how to grow elderberries for food and medicine, right in your own backyard! Elderberries can be grown from cuttings, starts, or seeds. Elderberry Benefits, Diy Herb Garden, Edible Garden, Garden Ideas, Gardening Zones, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Growing Herbs, Vegetable Garden Design

How to Grow Elderberries in Your Backyard

Learn how to grow elderberries for food and medicine, right in your own backyard! Elderberries can be grown from cuttings, starts, or seeds.

Eating edible weeds is an easy way to increase your garden’s productivity.  While everyone loves to bring in the harvest, weeding is most people’s least favorite part of gardening.  What if weeding could be harvesting?  When you know how to identify and use edible weeds, basic garden maintenance becomes more like a scavenger hunt. Diy Herb Garden, Garden Crafts, Garden Ideas, Starting A Garden, Seed Starting, Gardening For Beginners, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Organic Herbs

20+ Edible Weeds in Your Garden (with recipes!)

Eating edible weeds is an easy way to increase your garden's productivity. While everyone loves

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A Woman's Garden, a new book from Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens, covers seven categories of useful plants, over thirty-five plant-based projects and recipes, and features women gardeners from around the world #gardening #herbs #gardeningideas #DIY Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Gardening Books, Flower Gardening, Herb Spiral, Diy Herb Garden, Garden Projects, Garden Ideas, Homemade Skin Care

A Woman's Garden: Grow Beautiful Plants and Make Useful Things

A new book from Tanya Anderson, A Woman's Garden covers eight categories of useful plants, inspiring women gardeners & over thirty-five plant-based projects

Summer berry picking is one of the most amazing parts of the season. It allows us to get outside, connect with nature, support our local food economy, and provides delicious seasonal food too. Organic Herbs, Organic Fruit, Organic Gardening, Herb Gardening, Flower Gardening, Garden Renovation Ideas, Berry Picking, Diy Herb Garden, Eat Seasonal

Summer Berry Picking Guide | Homespun Seasonal Living

Berry picking is one of the best and easiest ways to enjoy summer, support the local economy, and get to know your local wild spaces.

Foraging for food and plants used for medicine can often be done right in the organic backyard or local unsprayed park with ease. Organic Herbs, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Diy Herb Garden, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Edible Wild Plants, Green Bowl, Medicinal Plants

Edible Plants from the Backyard | Homespun Seasonal Living

Forage edible plants right from your own backyard with this guide to common 'weeds' that you can eat and that also double as herbal remedies.

Learn all about foraging St. John's wort, how to harvest and use this medicinal plant, and how to make a pain-relieving infused oil and salve using fresh St. John's wort flowers. Natural Health Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Dandelion Oil, Infused Oils, Growing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Herbal Medicine, St John's, Herbalism

Foraging St. John's Wort + How to Make St. John's Wort Oil & Salve

Learn about foraging St. John's wort, how to harvest and use, and how to make infused oil and salve using fresh St. John's wort flowers.

Wild fennel is a common edible and medicinal plant on west coast roadsides. Foraging for wild fennel is easy with its licorice like scent. Organic Herbs, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Diy Herb Garden, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Edible Wild Plants, Wild Edibles, Grow Your Own Food

Foraging for Wild Fennel

Wild fennel is a common edible and medicinal plant on west coast roadsides. Foraging for wild fennel is easy with its licorice like scent.

Wild Violet Soap is an all-natural, cold-processed soap recipe made with foraged wild violet herbal infusions and tinted with natural colorants. Handmade Soap Recipes, Soap Making Recipes, Organic Herbs, Organic Soap, Beginner Recipes, Herbs For Health, Homemade Shampoo, Soap Maker, Cold Process Soap

Wild Violet Soap for Spring: Homemade and Foraged

Wild Violet Soap is an all-natural, cold-processed soap recipe made with foraged wild violet herbal infusions and tinted with natural colorants.

Yarrow can be used fresh or dried for many things. Use it fresh this summer and dry bunches for winter too. Cold Home Remedies, Natural Health Remedies, Natural Cures, Natural Healing, Herbal Remedies, Natural Foods, Natural Products, Natural Oil, Natural Beauty

10 Ways to Use Yarrow | Homespun Seasonal Living

Harness the healing power of plants with these 10 ways to use yarrow for use in external and internal home remedies to slow bleeding, reduce fevers, & more.

Learn to harvest herbs from your garden, herbs from containers and wild herbs that your forage with these simple steps l Harvest herbs year round! Herb Garden Design, Diy Herb Garden, Herbs Garden, Organic Herbs, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Texas Gardening, Flower Gardening, Potted Herbs

Best Ways to Preserve Herbs

Learn to harvest herbs from your garden, herbs from containers and wild herbs that your forage with these simple steps l Harvest herbs year round!

How Much To Plant Per Person: Growing Your Own Food An Off Grid Life Learn how much to plant per person when growing your own food to feed your family. Off Grid, Types Of Vegetables, Growing Vegetables, Veggies, Gardening For Beginners, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Succession Planting, Planting Potatoes

How Much To Plant Per Person? Growing Your Own Food

How Much To Plant Per Person: Growing Your Own Food An Off Grid Life Learn how much to plant per person when growing your own food to feed your family.

If you’ve ever grown mint, you know it can take over and quickly too.  Our mint patch was getting large and unruly and despite attempts to give some away to every single person who has stopped by recently, we had to dig some up. Herbal Remedies, Natural Remedies, Healthy Options, Healthy Recipes, How To Make Pickles, Herbs For Health, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Wild Edibles, Grow Your Own Food

Mint Infused Honey

Make the most of an overgrown mint patch by making and using mint infused honey for food, herbal remedies, and body products.

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How to Make Your Own Aloe Vera Gel and 8 Ways to Use It (Plus, Facts About the Aloe Plant and Why Yo

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Of all the medicinal herbs you could choose to grow in your healing or culinary garden, calendula is a winner. It’s easy to grow, harvest, and use dried too. Here’s a complete guide to growing, harvesting, and using calendula in your yard and garden. #calendula #flower #growing #harvesting #flowerbenefits #uses #tea #healingharvesthomestead Calendula, Herbal Tinctures, Herbalism, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Flower Gardening, Herbs For Health, Backyard Vegetable Gardens, Real Plants

How to Grow, Harvest, and Use Calendula Flowers in the Apothecary and Kitchen — All Posts Healing Ha

This article is about growing, harvesting, drying, and storing calendula (Calendula officinalis) flowers. Incredibly useful for both food and medicine, calendula flowers are also beautiful additions to your healing garden. My hope is that this excerpt from my eBook, Everything Calendula found