There have been many times during the last 20 years when working a couple of months ahead had the power to give hope and that has certainly been the case for the last month or so. Between the weather, the pandemic, and some goofy joint issues that had both of us in physical therapy, it was good to just be in the future. The sun will shine, the seeds will sprout, and Spring will arrive. It always does.
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Check out the cover and table of contents:
Cover, Susan Holliday
Notes from the Editor, Tina
20 years ago in April, TEH germinated. It seems like yesterday.
It seems like a few lifetimes ago.
Garden of Afro-Mediterranean Beauty, Carolina
Beautifying herbs from the Canary Islands
Mustard & Ginger Bath Salts, Mountain
Invigorating, healing baths.
Aromatherapy, Tina Sams
Various ways to add moisture and fragrance into the winter air.
Excerpt “The Artisan Herbalist,” Bevin
Wintergreen, from Bevin Cohen’s new book
Pan Dinners, Alicia
3 friends tested Alicia’s recipes and sent pictures along the way.
Herbs for a Simple Stillroom Garden, Catherine
What if you had only enough room for 6? What would you choose?
Drawing Salve, Marci
Step by step instructions for this distinctive and useful salve.
Out Chicory, Kristine
If you like dandelion, you’ll love chicory!
Journey, Rebekah Bailey
We get to watch the ongoing renewal over at the Bailey place.
Oatmeal, Tina Sams
An easy, delicious breakfast.
Help for the Immune System, Jackie
Helping the body to heal itself is the best thing we can do.
with Herbs, Marci
Grow and harvest your own mulch.
Design, Part 1, Kathy
What are the different things to think about when planning a garden?
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