With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to reflect on motherhood and to celebrate all the moms in our lives. I love giving gifts, especially on holidays like this one, which is so full of joy and love. Running a business and raising children is no easy feat, and my close […]
Edible Gardens LA
Lauri Kranz, founder of Edible Gardens LA, is someone I connected with instantly upon meeting her years ago. I consider her a close friend and I value the time we spend together working in the garden—it’s meditative, relaxing and informative. Not only do I believe in her philosophy about embracing organic, natural foods and plants, […]
Just as important as the fruits and vegetables that I grow in my gardens are the herbs that I grow alongside them. With so many uses and so much that they can add to a meal, a beverage, or even products for home, they are a big part of my everyday routine. And when it comes […]
I mentioned Victoria Morris’ incredible pottery in my post on Lauri Kranz’ wonderful shopsite, Edible Gardens Market. These hand thrown ceramic herb vessels are her latest offering, and I ordered them the minute they hit the site. They are so beautiful – I planted succulents in them and am simply in love.
From helping me plant my vegetable and herb gardens, to creating a tepee made of beans and peas, Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA has, over the years, become a great friend and amazing resource for all of my edible garden needs. So when she asked me to be a part of her new garden-driven line of goods, I was thrilled.
For all of my edible garden needs, I always defer to Laurie Kranz, of Edible Gardens, LA. So last year, when she began telling me about how amazing an edible tepee can be for the little ones, I couldn’t handle it! As you may know from my tepee post, I am a touch obsessed with them – I have them all over the house – so the idea of a green one for the garden that actually produced food was irresistible…
Like many, I am very enthusiastic about eating organically and cooking seasonally. I recently took the ultimate step in making my food local— I planted a beautiful vegetable garden in my front yard…