Perennial Collective Link Love - May 11th


Spring Peach Blossoms - B. Rubrecht

Every now and then, we'd love to share with you some of the things that have caught our eye from around the web -- here's a few links you should take a look at:

Spring has is in full force, and so are allergies -- some herbal recommendations from across the pond on treating watery eyes and constant sniffles.
Does climate change mean the end of Vermont maple sugar?
This amazing underwater floral artwork by artist Anne Ten Donkelaar...
The trend of wildcrafting has implications for the herbs being harvested -- the School of Forest Medicine offers some important tips for foragers on how to wildcraft sustainably.
This great review by Elena Caris courtesy of the Los Angeles Review of Books about White Wash, a book recently published about one of the most well-known pesticides.
Regrowth from Thomas Fire - B. Rubrecht
Finally, since we are witnessing the transformation of the landscape in California after the devastating Thomas Fire, this quote from the phenomenal poet, Kaveh Akbar, tweeted by an amazing institution in NYC, Poet's House:
eventually
even scorched earth goes green
-Kaveh Akbar
More observations on this amazing renewal soon! And stay tuned for our spring update on Perennial Collective teas and offerings this Monday. We can't wait to share our excitement about what's happening this spring. Happy Friday!
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Bonnie Rubrecht is a writer and illustrator living on the Central Coast of California. She is also Content Editor for Tea Leaves Blog.
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