07/09/2014 - Share Your Favorite Old-Time Farm WisdomPreserve ancient farming traditions by passing along and putting to use these old-time farm sayings.
07/02/2014 - Chase Away the Blues with St. John’s WortUse this cheery nervine topically for burns and nerve injuries or internally as an anti-depressant.
06/25/2014 - Got Adrenal Problems? Grow Borage!A sweet-looking companion plant, borage can also be used to keep your body in balance.
06/18/2014 - Stay Cool in the Heat with Elder BlossomsDiscover the magical wonder and practical use of your garden-grown or wildcrafted elder.
06/11/2014 - False Blue Indigo: A Portal to America’s HistoryOnce in a while I fall madly in love with a plant. My most recent obsession is false blue indigo (Baptisia australis), and there’s much more to this plant than just its looks.
06/04/2014 - How to Grow Goldenseal Without a ForestAt one time, the woods in my home state of Ohio were the most prolific growing grounds for goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis).
05/28/2014 - 3 Garden "Bad Girls” I’m GrowingYou may choose to base a garden design on one of many themes. I love the idea of gardening with the outlaws of the plant world.
05/21/2014 - Lavender: Beat Stress and Embrace SpringLavender (Lavendula angustifolia) is well known for its abilities to help us with sleep and relaxation.
05/14/2014 - Attract Monarchs with These Medicinal FlowersWe just registered the prairie habitat on our farm Mockingbird Meadows with Monarch Watch and are expanding the plants we grow for them.
05/07/2014 - Hold the Meds! Feed Wild Spring Greens to Keep Livestock HealthySpring means lots of baby animals. It’s a perfect time for grazers to have their babies because the grass is lush and growing thick, meaning food is abundant and easy to find.
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