While most herbal remedies are a combination of different plants, the simple approach is something everyone who uses herbs should be familiar with.
In a few short day’s I’ll be taking a retreat deep into the heart of the Adirondacks for some much needed rejuvenation and deep re-connection.
When summer is in full swing, the green citizens of the city seem to be most alive. Continue reading “Field Notes: Plant Portraits – Summer I”
Summer can be a brutal time of year for your body, especially if you’re not a fan of the heat.
Growing plants indoors requires a different approach than your average lawn or back-yard garden.
Coffee is a staple of city life – it’s hard to think about starting the morning without it but sometimes it’s a better option to trade in your daily cup of Joe for something different. Continue reading “Field Notes – Natural Alternatives to Your Morning Coffee”
I’ve gotten in the habit of snapping pictures of plants I see around the city to help myself become more aware of physical differences between species. Continue reading “Field Notes: Plant Portraits – Spring”