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For 25 years, Leslie Cerier, aka The Organic Gourmet, has been teaching the art of healthy and delicious cooking at some of the finest eco lifestyle centers and spas in the world. There's a reason her classes are so popular.
by guest blogger Tim Mountz of Happy Cat Far...
Fall is officially here.
The idea that we have to make an either-or choice between a commitment to shared-sacrifice or self-reliance, cooperation or individual initiative, is, quite simply, false. So too, is the view that America stands for just one of these visions.
Canning and preserving food was a common practice to insure not only an adequate annual supply of food for farm families, but also a way to eat fruits, vegetables, and certain meats that otherwise would be more limited in their availability.
I used to spend a lot of time in my garden to achieve a more manicured look. At that point in my life it was about impressing folks. It was more about how people saw me. Now that I am older I worry less.
A little-understood but devastating beetle is infesting trees in commercial avocado groves, botanical gardens and backyards in Southern California.
It's that time of year when many of us are replacing our spent summer annuals with fall selections to enjoy until the cold weather rears its head. Or ...
The Nematanthus gets its common name of 'Goldfish Plant' because its flowers closely resemble the most commonly kept aquarium fish. Most of us can say...
I know that it may come as a shock to some, but New York's Central Park is not an act of God. It might seem that way, especially in the woodlands, which appear so authentically, well, natural.
Hakonechloa, or Japanese Forest Grass, have blades that flow at a different angle than other ornamental grass species. Native to Japan, this clumping ...
Next there were a few members on the board who seemed to know a lot more about such things than I, and they asked with puzzled looks: "Who would want to drive all the way out there just to garden?" Me and other gardeners like me, I suggested. That made them all laugh.
One thing that is undeniable about American cities, private residential property and the curbside next door -- for the moment, the eclectic reigns.