I feel so honored to host this party. I hope all of you enjoy reading these lovely blog party entries as much as I did!
from Lucinda at Whispering Earth blog, I just loved learning new things about Jack-By-The-Hedge, Alliaria petiolata, also known as garlic mustard! Also, Lucinda’s idea for a lovely spring tonic is just brilliant! Do stop by and wish her luck with her ground elder challenge.
Over at De Kleine Tuinier- The Small Gardener blog, my sweet friend Rita shares just a lovely elderflower recipe that has me all excited for our trees to bloom out!
Danielle, of The Teacup Chronicles blog, shared a wonderful idea for how to assemble a perfect spring salad, using a bit of wild forage and new tender garden plants! Yum!
At Herbal Nature blog, Marci shares pictures and the story of her recent wild foraging adventure with cottonwood with some beautiful scenery scenes from her corner of the world.
Dana, of the Southern Herbalist blog, shares some gorgeous wild foraging photos and tells about her love affair with wild rose and dandelions:)
Shamanic Winds, of the blog, A Practical Year in Herbalism with Goldenrod, shares very deeply her spiritual and emotional journey with plants.
thank you to everyone who participated this month! Big herbal and honey hugs to each and every one of you!
Remember in my post for the party, my picture where the black cohosh, angelica, comfrey, skullcap, self heal are planted? Well, last night we had a rain of what seemed like biblical proportions and this is how that same spot looked during those rains!
I have a feeling I am going to have self heal, skullcap and cleavers are going to popping up in places I didn’t plant it, don’t you! lol Luckily the little greenhouse stood up to the winds!
Eric suggested I share the following link with you all tonight. Wild foraging expert Samuel Thayer, recently went foraging behind the National Public Radio station in Washington DC, in the US, and the pictures and the audio story is truly inspirational!