Leafy greens sautee’d with eggs for an omlette for breakfast . For dinner – a salad with flowers like nasturtiums, hollyhocks, or daylillies. Daylily roots can be roasted like potatoes and the blossoms can be stuffed with cheese, and the flowers can be cut up into egg rolls.
A favorite tool that you like to use? If you had to move and could only take one tool with you what would it be.
A favorite internet resource?
A favorite reading material-book, mag, blog/website etc you can
If you have a business to you have any advice for our listeners about how to sell extra produce or get started in the industry?
Theodora’s Garden – ill in early 90’s went on a quest to heal herself and began to study herbalism. School of Natural Healing
First salve was a 3 herb salve – calendula, plantain and marshmallow
Depends on where you live and what is prolific in your area, and what do you want to do with the salve heal or cosmetic – but calendula is one of my favorites that grows just about anywhere.
Mix herbs, beeswax, and oil and you’ve got a salve.
Do u have an inspiration tip or quote to help motivate our listeners to reach into that dirt and start their own garden?
Bend down, pick up some dirt in your hand, see what it feels like and plant something. Just do it. Just start in a pot on your balcony.
Pictures of Theodora’s Garden were taken by Lynne Campbell
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