List of vegetables that can grow or be harvested during freezing weather. About alliums: Bulbing onions and garlics mature by mid summer. Garlic cloves are planted Sept/Oct/ early Nov. I have started onions from seed in tofu containers during Jan
Please note that classes are infrequent during 2014 due to having to rebuild house from house fire and care of elderly parents. Hopefully, I can give this group the attention I want to in 2015. Please read on... There is a video about the fire and the opportunity it is creating athttp://www.gofundme.com/cindyandmartin-hous...
We are surrounded by Wild Eatables! Wild growing plants are REAL natural and whole foods. Some are good for raw food eating, some must be cooked to be eaten. Being in nature and eating from nature gives us spiritual and nutritional and spiritual recreation. We can incorporate into our lives plants that were uses by Indians and herbalists for hundreds of years to relieve suffering and restore balance to ailing bodies.
Most events take place on a hilly, mostly wooded "peace" of land in NW Nashville which is the haven of the Organizer and her husband. There will be walks, talks, cooking and eating opportunities.
Other topics include:
*Wild plants in salads
*Wild plants in greens
*Wild plants as seasonings
*Wild plants as teas and flour
*Traditional Wild plant remedies
*year round eating
There are also lots of environmentally safely grown food gardens located where the events take place. So, of course there will general gardening information and as well as produce and plants for sale.
The walks are by donation ($10) and the classes are by donation or fee basis.
Having knowledge of plants growing in your yard, in alleys nearby, in woods, in abandoned lots or fields contributes to our lives in many ways:
*Self-reliance in troubles times
*Add nutrition to easily storable dried bean and rice
*Improve our self-care and assistance to others
I am sure you can think of additional reasons to increase your knowledge and gentle respectful use of nature's available abundance.
For those deeply interested in this topic, I recommend starting your own resource book, a scrapbook for photos, sketches, instructions and recipes. Never know when you will need a hard copy! The internet just might not be with us our whole lifetime.
Some information about eating plants is on the "About " pages. Be sure to go there!