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Easy Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

By |November 11th, 2019|

It’s that time of year again.
We are experiencing cooler weather and days that never seem long enough for all that needs to be accomplished within them. Getting everyone to school and work on time seems like challenge enough, but then, add the onslaught of after-school activities and sports practices and it’s a wonder that […]

Crampbark

By |November 5th, 2019|

Crampbark is native to eastern North America and Europe. The deciduous shrub has lobed leaves, white flowers and red oval berries. It prefers to grow in woodlands and thickets on moist and moderately alkaline soil. Bark from the branches can be gathered in spring and summer when the plant is flowering.
Other common names for […]

Blue Vervain

By |October 29th, 2019|

There are many Verbena spp. that have been used throughout the world for centuries. Many of these species have been used interchangeably. In Europe, Verbena officinalis was most commonly used. Many herbalists believe that Verbena hastata, or blue vervain, can be used in a similar way
The Verbena species as a whole has a colorful […]

Sharing the Honorable Harvest

By |October 24th, 2019|

As we enter fall, the “Harvest Season,” I’m finding myself thinking a lot about the ways in which we approach harvesting — and not just about which tools are best for what tasks, or about pumpkin spice lattes made with real pureed pumpkin, but rather how the worldview we hold dictates the approach we […]

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    An Interview With Amy Malek, Social Media Coordinator For WishGarden Herbs

An Interview With Amy Malek, Social Media Coordinator For WishGarden Herbs

By |October 16th, 2019|

Hi Amy, can you tell us a little about yourself and how you got involved with natural products?
It’s funny, I think my journey with herbs and natural products began longer ago than I had originally thought…During my senior year as an undergraduate (circa 2002), I had to come up with a senior art project […]

Herbs In The Lunch Bag

By |October 7th, 2019|

The school year is in full swing and for many parents it raises the issue of how to pack healthy, easy, tasty lunches for their (often picky) kids. Here are a handful of herb friendly suggestions you can experiment with when preparing your kids’ lunch bags.
Applesauce add-ins. While none of these ideas necessarily require […]