A tree that garnered ancient appreciation, birch offers a wealth of benefits for the modern grower or forager, from syrup to tea and more!
This handy evergreen is more thanÂ just a holiday decoration.Â Grow and forage pine for use in delicious meals, healing teas and more!
Share your herbs with loved ones this holiday season by making DIY herbal gifts. In this video, learn to craft infusions, body care products and fragrances!
Whether you’re at home or on the go, this simple herbal salve will bring topical relief with just three ingredientsâ€”lavender, white willow bark and cayenne pepper!
When winter weather sets in and the garden dies away, it’s time to clean things up, focus on what will remain and (most importantly) get ready for next year’s garden!
An ancient and wildly diverse herb, mint makes a refreshing tea, brings cooling freshness to dishes and provides a wealth of health benefits.
Be sure to make time for thyme! This savory herb grows easily and is useful as both a health aid and a flavorful cooking ingredient in the kitchen.
This DIY calendula herbal lip balm is easy to make and will nourish your lips during the harsh cold of the upcoming winter months.
Chili peppers are a favorite crop with an interesting history and range of flavors. Here are some tips for growing and using them in your garden and home.
Elder is an ancient tree, noted in sources ranging from Shakespeare to pop music. And elderberries have many uses, from the kitchen to the medicine cabinet.