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an info sheet describing the different types of plants and how they are grown in pots
Garden planning – Gardeners Advice
Sage advice in herb care: plan your grown-at-home salads in advance with this handy herb chart that shows you when your plants will flourish.
a tree with the words consejos de un arbol written in spanish
My Friend the Oak (Saving Our Trees and the Environment)
advice from a tree
a room with a desk, chair and plants in the corner on the windowsill
Coleção de histórias | Capítulo 1 | Histórias de Casa e Collector
Home Office tem mesa de cavalete, cadeira de ferro e varal com espécies de plantas variadas.
several cardboard boards are laying on the ground near an apple tree
To Convert an Orchard to a Food Forest, Start with the Soil
Converting a small existing orchard to an edible forest garden
a poster with some plants and flowers on it's back side, including the leaves
Wild Green Pesto — Oh So Tasty: Or What To Do With All Those Weeds! — Foraging and Feasting
Purple Dead Nettle Medicinal Plants, Herbs, Plants, Plant Identification, Botanical Illustration, Botanical Art, Botanical Drawings
Drawing in Color
Purple Dead Nettle
the flowers and leaves of musk mallow are shown in this illustration, which is also
Drawing in Color
Musk Mallow. These are pages from the book Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi and illustrated by Wendy Hollender. Published by Botanical Arts Press. Learn more about the book and how to purchase at
a path in the middle of a forest filled with green and white flowers next to trees
Footpath through the Wild Garlic - Milton Wood Somerset, England
I Like It Natural And Green...Always In The Country !...
the irish wildflowers tea towel is shown in various colors and sizes, with flowers on
Kennisgeving voor omleiding
I have this tea towel - one of my daughters bought it for me when she went to Ireland.
a path in the middle of a forest with lots of trees and flowers on it
Wander the wood
Courtmacsherry woods, Cork, Ireland | Ah lass, shall we take this path and see where it goes? |
the cover of a book with plants growing out of rocks and grass in front of it
Drawing on indigenous wisdom from Australia, Ireland and other locations, this book subtitled, Cultivating the way of the sacred Earth, explores the living energies of the land and how to connect with them. It combines the insights of geomancy and geobiology with eco-smart permaculture design, offering a new paradigm for sustainable living. Sensitive Permaculture focuses on an energetic, loving approach to sustainable land planning, a welcome resonance amongst people who are weary of the negativ