The Quarterly Botanical – Medicinal Tree Barks

Barking Up the Right Tree: Medicinal Barks of Autumn By Maria Noël Groves, R.H. (AHG) Registered Clinical Herbalist, Wintergreen Botanicals, LLC Please Note: The information in this article has not been approved by the FDA and does not in any way intend to diagnose or prescribe. Always consult with your health practitioner before taking any […]

The Quarterly Botanical – Secret Lives of Garden Herbs

By Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist, Wintergreen Botanicals, LLC Did you know that many of those simple, mundane culinary and ornamental plants you have growing in your garden actually have alter egos with super healing powers? Rosemary goes great with chicken, but did you know that it may also help stave off Alzheimer’s disease? Or […]

Announcing the Quarterly Botanical, A Column on Plants and Herbs

Two weeks ago, I hinted at an upcoming announcement I had for the Withywindle Blog. Well, we’re getting close enough to the launch that I can share the big new!  Starting at the end of February, there will be a new, regular column on Withywindle Nature called the Quarterly Botanical. Written by clinical Herbalist Maria […]

Windows on Wildlife: Attracting Pollinators

Welcome to the third edition of Windows on Wildlife!  If you have a recent post about wildlife you’d like to share – it can be anything: birds, insects, mammals – scroll down to the end of the post and add your site; a compilation of all additions will be posted the following week.  Please don’t forget […]

Gardening Inspired Through Strawberry Picking

I know it’s probably sad that I’ve lived in New England for over a decade and only went strawberry picking for the first time this past weekend. I can’t even say that it was my idea – my Youngest son was invited to a birthday party at a local farm, and strawberry picking and feeding […]

An Herbalist’s View of Hemlock

Guest Contribution by Maria Noel Groves of Wintergreen Botanicals. It’s easy to fall in love with store-bought herbs. They’re so easy, and often they are good quality. However, it is important not to forget the many healing herbs that grow wild in our very own backyards. These plants are there for us to appreciate and […]

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