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BotanicaA rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. Or is it?
BotanicaMmm... Marshmallow! Eat for dessert in the desert
CultureNeed to break a pattern or two? We've got the plants for you!
BotanicaAn exploration of the historical, medicinal and cultural uses of the Australian Tea Tree. A lovely read!
PeopleAn interview with herbalist, energetic healer, and passionate plant woman, Jacqui Bushell.
Art & Design, BotanicaDid you know saffron is more expensive than gold? Check out these stunning images (and a time-lapse video) by Peter Whyte of the most precious spice.
PeopleLisa Marie Corso shares her approach to natural health care. A very entertaining read. As usual.
How-ToLearn how to dry medicinal herbs for use during the cold winter months with Kirsten Bradley from Milkwood.
BotanicaNamed after the Greek goddess Artemis, the humble wormwood (Artemisia) is an enigmatic plant indeed, perhaps known best for its involvement in the famous psychotropic green liquid, absinthe....
HarvestMasters of patience, natural beauty and the art of the reveal, plants have a thing or two…
HarvestIf our present is in progress and the future is unwritten, then isn’t our memory what we have…
Botanica, HarvestIt would be understandable if you thought I could eat and house myself with the eloquence of…