Corn buttercup in bloom

Corn Buttercup: An Acrid Herbal Remedy

Ranunculus arvensis, commonly known as corn buttercup, blister flower, devil-on-all-sides or crowfoot is a perennial, flowering plant belonging to the buttercup family. Continue reading [...]

Pressed Flower Jewelry Makes Treasured Blooms Last for Years

By preserving blooms, you can create a piece of jewelry that keeps meaningful flowers looking beautiful for years to come. Continue reading [...]

Thoughtful DIY Gifts Made with Dried Flowers

As the growing season winds down and the holiday season approaches, our minds turn to gift-giving. What could be more thoughtful than a gift from your garden? Using dried and pressed flowers, you can craft unique floral-themed items for the special people in your life. Continue reading [...]
Allium vineale

Wild Garlic: Can You Eat All Of It?

Allium vineale, commonly known as wild garlic, crow garlic, and field garlic, is a pungent-smelling flowering plant thought to have originated from the Mediterranean region. Though commonly known as garlic, its appearance and flavor are closer to an onion compared to garlic. Continue reading [...]
Allium vineale

How To Heal Yourself With Wild Garlic

Wild garlic, also known as field garlic, crow garlic and botanically referred to as allium vineale, is a grass-like flowering plant, closely related to onions more than garlic. It is native to Europe, North-western Africa and the western part of Asia. The plant was probably introduced to North America as an alternative to onions and garlic but soon escaped into the wild and is now considered a weed in some states. Continue reading [...]
Cow parsley

Cow Parsley: Edible and Tasty, But be Sure What You’re Eating

Anthriscus sylvestris, commonly known as cow parsley or wild chervil is a perennial flowering plant whose white, umbrella-shaped flowers you are likely to see along roadsides during springtime. Continue reading [...]