Over the centuries, cultures around the world have given specific full moon names for each month. These full moon names tell us much about the way these early cultures set schedules for hunting, planting and harvesting. They also explain how plants, animals and weather patterns typically behave during a particular month. Photo courtesy FrenchFinds.co.uk/Flickr.
In this post, Seasonal Wisdom reveals some of the old full moon names that were given by the Algonquin tribes from New England to Lake Superior, as well as European settlers and other cultures. Come take a peek. Read the full article →
If there’s one thing Margaret Roach can say with conviction, it is that “my garden saved me.”
The former editorial director of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia left at the pinnacle of her career to move to upstate New York. Now she’s head gardener at her highly acclaimed garden blog A Way to Garden, and hosts popular garden tours at her 19th-century house in the hills, while writing bestselling books.
Margaret’s latest book is The Backyard Parables: Lessons on Gardening, and Life. In this post, she sits down with Seasonal Wisdom to talk about the book, the wonders of nature and the timeless value of parables. Read the full article →