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Ahh, Valentines Day… Wait, don’t click away already! I promise this won’t be too annoying. Ahh Valentine’s Day… in my opinion, this is the perfect day for self love. Although, I kind of cringe when I hear the phrase, “self love”. My critical self thinks a swarm of judgements around this topic, especially when companies …Read more →
Normally, I don’t lament the loss of snails. They collect underneath the edge of my terracotta pots, a perfect gathering area for their slimy soirees. Eating my kale is a must.Moving in groups across the driveway is a nightly event. And snail poop caked on thecontainers of my potted plants is an aesthetic blemish...Read more →
Traditionally, cultures throughout the world have used flowers and flower petals for many types of sacred practices. The lotus flower has been an auspicious symbol in Indian culture symbolizing divinity, fertility, wealth, knowledge and enlightenment. The ancient Greeks wrote extensively about Cleopatra using rose petals for health, beauty and aphrodisiac purposes. Most notably when Cleopatra …Read more →
I’ve been incredibly swamped with work the past few months. Garden consulting is super busy this time of year as you might expect. This mild Spring has really helped with plant growth – and the evidence is the huge display of awesome perennials packed in the nurseries right now. Rows of lush bearded Iris, Delphinium …Read more →
Fresh of the heels of my Belizean vaca, I’m hitting Spring running with more blog posts about what I’ve learned on my travels. For the past month or so, I’ve had a scratch piece of paper with Mommy Janice’s recipes tucked under a beautiful little slate carving of a medicine woman, kneeling with a flower...Read more →