Wildtending: Refugia and the Seed Arc Garden

Great Info Thank You, my yard is mostly shady so I am always looking for wild flowers and plants that do well in the shade. There are several beautiful Lady Slipper’s growing wild in the woods behind my house,Trillium grows in my garden and wild here in the woods too.

The Druid's Garden

Over the course of the last six months, I’ve been discussing in various ways philosophies and insights about helping to directly and physically heal our lands as a spiritual practice, weaving in principles of druidry, permaculture, organic farming, herbalism, and more. Specifically, I’ve suggested that we can have direct, meaningful, and impact benefit on our lands and through the work of our “healing hands” we can help heal the extensive damage caused by humanity. The reason is simple: we have lost so much biodiversity in so much of our landscapes; even our forests are in many cases, pale representations of what they once were in terms of biological diversity. This is true of tree species, plant species, animal species, insect life, soil biology, mycology, water-based life and so on.  While nature has the ability to heal herself, with the help of humans, she can do it much more…

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