September October 2013 - The Essential Herbal

September October 2013 Essential Herbal (digital)

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Field Notes from the Editor Is it time to stop thinking of herbs and herbalists as strange? About the cover, KJ Hickman This issue's artist bio.
Easy Ways to Preserve Elderberries, Tina Sams You\'ve got a basket (or 10) of berries. Now what? The Homestead, Michele Brown There have been many twists and turns on this herbfarmer's path.
Herbal Remedies, Compilation Favorite concoctions from several readers and contributors. Fun, Sillies and Puns for the Happy Herbalist, Jessica Morgan A talented herbalist with a silly side makes us all smile (with a groan or two).
Fresh Herbs and Fried Oreos, Alicia Allen Starting out with a new business isn't all it's cracked up to be. It is hard work and lots of humility. How to Store Seeds, Heddy Johannesen Now more than ever we need to be keeping our seeds safe and viable.
A Love/Hate Relationship with Herbs - A Gardening Critique, Barbara Steele Are you sure you want to plant that there? Not all plants play nice in the garden. Community Herbalism, Stephany Hoffelt What does it really mean to help your community? Stephany pulls back the lace curtains in this poignant piece
Lovage - a New/Old Herb, Sandy Michelsen Learn some uses for this stately beauty in the garden. Herbal Smoothie Soap And Mucilaginous Plants, Marci Tsohonis A soothing, healing bar with information about the plants that make it so.
Finding Herb Companions, Susanna Reppert You don\'t have to feel all alone out there! Sarah's Overstuffed Artichokes, Sarah Liberta A luscious meal from the bayou from our Louisiana culinary herbalist.
Fall Weather Signs, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh Nature\'s prognotications abound. Just look around and start stacking the wood! Cranberry Nut Relish, Tina Sams Simple and delicious accompaniment to fall dishes.
HERBS OF THE FOREST - Cultivating a Forest Garden, Suzan T. Scholl The woods around you can be your herb garden too. 50 Herbal Essentials for your Kitchen & Garden What do you need? What do you want? And what will make an herbie's life easier?
Talking to Plants, Lalanya Bodenbender Do you speak the language? Or do you feel like you are missing something? Maybe it isn\'t what you think. The Witches Garden, Jackie Johnson ND Wander among the plants that have been gathered in an imaginary witch\'s garden.
Using the Mint Harvest, Mary Ellen Wilcox Lore and uses for the unassuming but vastly important mint plant. Elderberry Shrub Concentrate, Tina Sams Make up this concentrate and have this refreshing beverage all year long.