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Herbs for Holiday Baking

By Peggy Riccio decoration. But picture the color of green parsley in a red cranberry dish or the pretty scalloped...

Bayberry Candles

By Katherine K. Schlosser The season of lights is upon us. During this darkest time of the year, we gravitate...

6 Women on How They’re Adapting Holiday Plans to be COVID-Safe

A different holiday season Like everything else in 2020, this holiday season is unlike any other. COVID-19 restrictions have made...

Christmas Herbs of Trinidad, Part II

By Amy Forsberg into a party and making large quantities assembly-line style. This is part of what makes them such...

Christmas Herbs of Trinidad, Part I

By Amy Forsberg It turned out that “sorrel” is a name for the calyces of Hibiscus sabdariffa, a plant commonly...

Holiday Herb Words Unscrambled

By Pat Greathead Did you get all of the herbs correct in the Holiday Herbs Word Scramble posted on Christmas...

Holiday Herbs Word Scramble

By Pat Greathead Now here is something for you to do when you have a free minute or two over...

The History of the Christmas Tree

By Susan Leigh Anthony For the past six years I have worked at a wonderful, high-end garden center.  Among the...

Holly, Ivy, Mistletoe, and Other Christmas Greens

By Susan Anthony  Holly, ivy, and mistletoe are common additions to our Christmas decor.  Read on to learn more about...

5 Hacks for a Migraine-Free Christmas

5 Hacks for a Migraine-Free Christmas

While many may have visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads, the endless cheese platters and the bottomless glasses of...