Rose hips are the tasty end-point fruits that follow the flowering of roses. They’re so loaded with vitamin C that they outrank oranges by a two-to-one margin. They also contain vitamin A, calcium, iron and other beneficial minerals.
In the tale of Jack and the beanstalk, Jack’s life changed when he traded his cow for a handful of magic beans. A few years ago, a handful of beans changed my life, too, and I didn’t even have a cow.
“At the end of my life, I will have judged my success by how much I have been on my knees in the garden tending to my beliefs,” says Eddie Foisy on his passion for creating gardens inspired by Faeries, Camelot, Robin Hood and Dickens at his farm in Cape Cod.
Loaded with calcium, potassium, magnesium, Vitamin C and so much more, Red Clover is a gem of a plant with outstanding medicinal and environmental attributes.
With a little planning and an emphasis on individuality, you can easily transform your backyard into a spectacular summertime oasis!
This spring, change your pattern. Try these five common herbs that have the capacity to clear out the old, stuck, and toxic, as well as help rebuild overall health and wellness.
There’s something calming about this time of year. The darkness invites a slowing down that our hyper-speed culture rejects the rest of the time. The browns and greys that fill the landscape call out for us to see beyond the surface, to imagine beyond the image we have of being alive.
All of us have responsibilities. We face various levels of stress and frustration related to our jobs, our home lives and our finances. Far too few of us offset these things with what I like to call decompression activities. For me, gardening is one of them. Why gardening?
This was my first piece of metal art. The one that started my passion for metal sculpture. I have not stopped since. Now my house is so full I am running out of room for my family.
When in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, don’t miss the superb Tangled Garden!