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Thoughts About Wood

By Susan Belsinger Our woods are mostly Northeastern deciduous trees that slope down to the Cattail River. Down along the...

Ring Ye Solstice Bells: Reflections on the Longest Night of the Year

By Beth Schreibman-Gehring I always laugh and say when I am asked, that celebrating the Winter Solstice has always been...

The Pleasure of Pomanders

By Pat Kenny There were many types of pomanders. Through the years, spices, essential oils, and green herbs including rue,...

Herbs for Holiday Baking

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

Four Thieves Inspire Flu-Fighting Soup

By Beth Schreibman-Gehring, Chairman of Education for The Western Reserve Herb Society unit of The Herb Society Originally published on...

Garage Herbs

By Scott Aker Herbs growing in containers on the author’s deck. The sage, bay, and gardenia are overwintered in the...

Habitat: Nature’s Masterpiece

Philadelphia Flower Show 2021 By Janice Cox Hello and happy summer to all of you! This year, I was super...

Welcoming Spring in the Year 1400

By Zainab Pashaei During the festivities, which start on the Wednesday before the spring equinox, Iranians will gather and jump...

Delectable Native Edibles

By Andrea DeLong-Amaya in large amounts. As with any new food in your diet, add small amounts at a time...

HSA Webinar: Virtues of Violets

by Jen Munson, Education Chair A common harbinger of spring is the showy dandelion with its bright yellow flower that...