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11 Edible Berries on 1 hike, BC is Berry Country

Howdy plant lovers and especially all you Wild Food and Foraging Types   I went on a wildcrafting trip yesterday up to the Whistler region (Cal-Cheak) and I’m just SO excited to share what we found! We were headed for … Continue reading

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the UHS presents…See the City GREEN – the August herb walk series

Hello fellow Herbies! I hope that y’all are having a great summer and enjoying the pockets of sunshine.  I’m able to be sending this from the roof of our co-op and appreciating wifi right now!  oooohhhh, sunshine feels so good! … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice Update: the FIRE Issue

Happy Summer Solstice Plant Lovers! This is Garliq at the Urban Herb School writing to say Welcome Summer to (and with) all of you!  Happy Summer Solstice & National Aboriginal Day! I found out recently that the human eye can … Continue reading

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Forsythia on Equinox

Happy Spring Equinox 2011!!! Today was a gray, mopey, overcast day here in Vancouver, BC.  Funny that the 1st day of Spring should be less pleasant than the last week of weather.    Funny, though, cuz it shows the meaning of … Continue reading

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See the City GREEN – Spring Classes

Greetings Plant Lovers! The Green World Wakes!  Spring is upon us!  And the Urban Herb School is hitting the ground running, so to speak. I’m ridiculously excited to be offering this class again this season.  Largely because we’ll have a chance … Continue reading

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Alien Finger Flowers

Have you seen this flower? This week I want to talk about one of the COOLEST flowers I’ve ever seen.  It’s one of the first spring flowers.  And it looks so weird!  Check out this picture… I spotted the first … Continue reading

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