A local and natural DIY guide to help you grow yourself healthy.
Natural remedies are nature’s gift to us. From alternatives to side-effect ridden prescriptions to solutions that will amplify the effectiveness of a healthy lifestyle, evolving research suggests that plants may have more power than we could ever have imagined. Now two of Canada’s top authorities in their fields, gardening expert Frankie Flowers and alternative medicine expert Bryce Wylde, show readers how they can harness the powerful healing of plants simply and inexpensively by stepping into their garden.
Power Plants introduces you to a carefully curated list of 49 plants that can be grown in almost any Canadian garden. Frankie’s easy instructions lead readers from planting to harvest, where Bryce picks up with clear guidelines on how to put the plants to work fighting everything from constipation to heartburn, high blood sugar to bad breakouts. It even includes simple substitutions for those whose ailments include a thumb that is more black than green. Let Power Plants supercharge your health with a simple trip into your garden.
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About the Author
FRANK FERRAGINE reaches over one million Canadians each week as the gardening expert and weather specialist for BT Toronto, CityLine and City TV News, and he also writes for the Toronto Sun, Chatelaine and Today’s Parent. His family business, Bradford Greenhouses, is one of Canada’s largest combined greenhouse/garden businesses. He lives with his family in Bradford, Ontario. He is Canada’s most followed garden expert online.
SHANNON J. ROSS is the photographer behind Food to Grow and is a regular contributor to Canadian lifestyle magazines. After graduating from McGill University, he opened Shannon Ross Photography in 1999 and since then has photographed for a wide range of editorial, advertising and corporate clients. Shannon lives with his wife and their two cats in Toronto, Ontario.