In the springtime each year, I notice the serviceberry trees that line Atlanta’s streets. It begins with unassuming white flowers, a harbinger of abundance to come, and peaks with baskets full of this incredibly tasty fruit, ripe for the picking.
Harvest the berries of Elaeagnus pungens to make a delicious Vitamin-C packed fruit leather.
A great root for fall harvest, Burdock serves many pleasant functions, the root being a tasty wild edible and gentle but powerful herbal medicine source. It is most known for its cleansing properties, long being used to help clear up skin ailments such as acne and gently support the liver.
Preserve your summer garden in vinegar in this easy-to-make hot sauce.
Making space for nature’s intelligence means reading the landscape, and allowing for plants to do their healing work for the soil. Making space for Life, rather than fighting it back at every turn, can be done in an oh-so-elegant way. Together, we will explore how.