Five new plants have arrived for spring including a fiery hot marigold, Tuscan kale, sweet yet zesty endive, catnip for your feline friends, and a speckled trout back lettuce. (Trust us, there’s nothing fishy about this prized romaine!)
Maneuvering through the highs and lows of making a major lifestyle change is challenging. With guidance from Seida Hood, licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), CEO, and Clinical Director of From the Heart Counseling, we explore practical tips to move forward into a thriving life.
Starting plants indoors hydroponically gives them a head start to the growing season and can allow them to grow larger and yield more than if started outside.Transplanting to outside soil is simple and we’ve got step-by-step instructions to help you through the process.
“The Big 3” – sleep, mindfulness, and water – are the key to improving the chances of recovering from minor to severe trauma on the body. Doctor of physical therapy, Dr. Ryan Todd talks about finding solutions to resolve pain and return to activities you love after an injury.
Quick, tasty, and healthy? Yes, please! Enjoy this fresh herb, veggie, and pesto bowl recipe from mom, doctor, and yogi, Anjana Sathyamurthy.
Inspired by a conversation in the Gardyn Facebook Group, we’ve created a handy solution to rein in growing branches. (We LOVE our Gardyners!)
During the month of March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates National Nutritional Month, an annual campaign focused on the importance of informed food choices and establishing healthy eating and physical activity practices. Today, we talk about inflammation.
Delighted with the abundance of homegrown food from her Gardyn, Leah Abucayan wondered what she could do with her extra harvest of greens. A light bulb went off in her community-minded spirit. Instead of throwing out the surplus of produce, she wanted to donate the greens in creative ways to Atlanta area solidarity fridges.