This morning’s hoar frost

Hoar frost is a strange term, isn't it? It comes from Middle English, circa 1300, is actually spelled "hoarfrost" over in England, and it means exactly what you'll see in the photos I took this morning in our garden. Enjoy!

Gathering Wild Garlic

Wild garlic leaves make a delicious soup in the spring, they're wonderful in salads and they're packed with healthy nutrients, since they grow in rich, pesticide-free forest soil. Here you can see Ligia picking wild garlic this past spring, in a forest near Medias. The forests near our town are full of them! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmPl-c_G2FM Spring … Continue reading Gathering Wild Garlic