Friday, February 18, 2011

Wildcrafting and a personal update on the blog and our gardens--

While I am still editing the compost article (which turned out to be a major undertaking since most of the info was out of date,) please be patient. I am editing it live and sending out new versions daily; not a professional practice, but once I started proofing links, a necessary one.  We here at "Brugh na Bhride" (which is what we call our 1920's, partially-restored, money pit, behemoth of a home in Lynchburg, VA) have been working on our magick garden planting--so far--peas, carrots, parsnips, rutabagas, turnips and watching our crocus's bloom.  The daffodills are in bud, but nothing else is in bloom yet. We have tons of flowers, herbs, vegetables, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, mulberries, apples and more on the way. We have a lot crowded on our tiny 1/4 acre urban homestead lot.  Watch for pictures of our endeavors soon and some from last year for comparison.  In the meantime, please enjoy these links about wildcrafting and wild edible plants.  I know many of you are interested in wildcrafting and I am just starting out on this additional magick gardening path. Wildcrafting is the Goddess with her arms held out for us to enjoy Her bounty, but only if we are careful, thankful and make sure we do not take more than what She can give. 


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