For many of us, it just isn't feasible to run out and plant a giant evergreen tree in the garden, but it may be possible to forage for it depending on where you live. Of course, you might also be able to harvest your Christmas/Yule tree so don't give up hope! Fir holds an important role in our home apothecaries and herbal collections. Keep reading to unlock all of its secrets.
Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome (root) is widely used as a folk remedy and flavoring agent. It has a long history as a culinary, magickical, and medicinal powerhouse.
Lemon Balm, like so many other famous healers, comes from the mint family. It has a citrus-y scent and flavor that lends it just as easily to culinary applications as it does to medicinal and magickal ones.
There are as many varieties of basil as there are ways to use. Come explore all the surprising culinary, medicinal, and magickal properties of basil with me.
Welcome to my garden. Today we're learning all about chamomile.
Long before ancient herbalists started singing its praises, coriander was already a world traveling superstar. Dig deeper into your herbal education with coriander.
We decorate with orange slices to remind us during the dark winter season that the sun will return. And if a little magick gets mixed in with it, so much the better.
Please join us on this slightly different Digging Deeper post as I take my daughters foraging into the wild for blackberries.