When was the last time you looked at a wild chicory plant and referred to it as a leafy green vegetable and not a weed? Loaded with nutrients and health benefits, this is a wild plant that deserves to be called a vegetable.
Flowers add colour and beauty to any garden so why not take advantage of what they have to offer us in the kitchen? Cooking and garnishing with flowers were, and still are, quite popular in many countries. When designing an edible landscape, think about adding in edible flowers becaus
Bee the buzz in your neighborhood this year and plant low-to-no maintenance edible wild plants in your garden to attract the many variety of bees. Whether bees are in decline in your area or not, having a beautiful wild edible garden that brings pollinators to your property is win-win
Green smoothie powders are very expensive yet can provide us with a lot of badly-needed nutrients. Take control of your health and your budget by making your own green smoothie powder! The ingredients are free and all you need to invest is a little time.
Hawthorn leaves, flowers, and berries have been praised for centuries due to their heart elevating properties. Whether they are used in herbal preparations or in the kitchen as a valuable food source, the hawthorn is a win-win.
Creating an edible landscape using edible flowers can be a great way to add colour to your garden or balcony. Lots of herb, fruit and vegetable flowers are edible as well so be sure to add these to your garden this year.