As the season of growth begins its forward march each spring, Mother Nature bestows upon us a multitude of nutrient-rich gifts to aid our transition out of winter.
The season for harvesting roots is here! Despite the unseasonably warm temperatures we’re currently experiencing in Atlanta and elsewhere throughout the country, now is the ideal time to dig roots for food and medicine.
The short days and chilly nights of the season send me into nesting mode each year, and I start to use a handful of things with increased frequency. With the official start of winter just one week away, I’ve found myself reaching for rosehips.
In an upscale North Atlanta neighborhood, Elizabeth Warland, a former tech startup professional, is on a years-long mission to rewild her property, create habitat and grow food and medicine for her family.
Whether you want to grow crops for winter or get ready to hit the ground running next spring, fall is the perfect time to start planning your garden. But no two sites are the same! Below, I’ll walk you through 5 different methods for growing a vegetable garden at home.