Posts filed under: Gardening

Growing & Eating the Rainbow

Are you ready to eat through the rainbow with me? I am going to hi-lite just a few of the amazing benefits of each color and list the most popular fruits and vegetables for each. RED + PINK There is so many amazing options we have to eat those red...

Grounded to Grow

After reflecting on the past year I’ve noticed that I’m not the only one craving more purpose, simplicity, and new growth. If there ever was a year to put things into perspective, 2020 surely did it for me. In my morning journaling, I’ve been asking myself do we need to be...

Thyme for Herbs in Your Life?

Why do I think it’s thyme for Herbs in your life?   Well, it’s undeniable they are: The easiest to grow which is great for beginner gardeners. Add tremendous flavor to our meals (no need for fake processed flavorings that disrupt our gut and have addictive properties). Health benefits and...

Seed Time! a few favorites

The end of the year naturally makes us think about our aspirations and hopes for the future.  If you are looking for ways to plant a little hope for 2021, now is a great time to start thinking about your seed orders for spring.   Over the past week, Matt and...

The Magical Market

AS FEATURED ON NO SIDEBAR A few years back my husband and I decided to join the local farmers market. We didn’t hem and haw about this decision; it was more of a whim and a feeling that this was where we belonged. We loved the market’s colorful fabric and...

Add Garlic to your Garden & Plate

Every fall I have good intentions of planting garlic.  Like clockwork I seem  to forget for the past 10 years. Yet this past Sunday it finally popped into my head and I was able to get about 25 cloves planted.  Here is the quick guide to planting garlic.  In Wisconsin,...

Winter Squash

GARDEN TO TABLE SERIES ​Head over to Nurit Raich to get the Butternut Squash Soup recipe we shared on our Instagram Live this afternoon. If you missed it, here are a few highlights. This is a great staple to complement our seasonal feast chat we had last week. Read below for growing...

Making Space For Growth This Fall

FALL PRUNING At least in Wisconsin, it feels like we are ‘falling’ into fall rather quickly.  I think about all the rituals we have to wind down and prepare for winter as we transition to heartier foods, cozier clothes, toastier beverages. As part of this transition, the concept of pruning...

No Garden? No Problem!

It’s not too late to plants some yummy greens this fall! As fall is rapidly approaching here in Wisconsin,  I’m devastated by the thought that summer is coming to an end.  But luckily, the gardening season is far from over! We are starting to think about sowing new crops of greens...