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Herbs can build the immune system or contribute antiviral and antibiotic therapy. Tiodoso Bustillo, Acupuncturist & Herbalist/Integrative Medicine from Baylor Scott & White, explores a few common and Asian herbs, when and how to take them, and when to avoid. Genesis Gardens at Community First! Village, a Mobile Loaves & Fishes planned community for the formerly homeless, grows good health along with dignity. Trisha shows how to grow, divide and harvest tasty perennial leeks. Daphne explains why an oak tree’s acorns are oozing sap and when to divide fall-blooming bulbs. Read the blog!
Beekeeping is the latest locavore pursuit for distinctive honey that rivals craft beer. Get top tips from three beekeepers, how they got started, and why bees swarm. Find local beekeepers, including swarm relocation. Educator, storyteller, musician and author Kim Lehman does a few magic tricks to impress the whole family (and teach them about pollination) from her book Beekeeper’s Lab: 52 Family-Friendly Activities and Experiments Exploring the Life of the Hive. Daphne explains why trees fall over after heavy rains and how to correct. Looking for a small native tree for wildlife? See how to plant possumhaw holly for gorgeous winter berries and structure all year long. Trisha gets your craftsy on with homemade herbal swags to soothe, cook, or give to your favorite feline friend.