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  • lizberwick1980

April 2024


Welcome Wild Wisdomers to the fourth month of our journal. We are so pleased that you have decided to join us and journey along with us throughout the seasonal flow of the year.

As you use your journal, you'll find monthly seasonal offerings which you can access by following the link in the journal. April's is below! You may also like to sign up to our newsletter at the top of the page to make sure you don't miss out on the latest news, offers and extra offerings. We also have a lovely Facebook Community that you are invited to join.


April Offering


Now that the clocks have gone forward, we are waiting for the frosts to pass.


This is the time for planting seeds, and welcoming back the brightness of yellow dandelions bursting through the pavement cracks.


Mother Nature is singing her song of renewal all around.


Liz loves seeds by Higgledy Gardens . The best quality cut flower seeds she's found and the first time ever she's been able to successfully grow cosmos. Ben runs a truly sustainable business with a cracking (and at times, hilarious) blog all about cut flowers.






Take time to connect with nature with a walking meditation with Susanna


Password: Awaken


Why not get yourself out into nature and take some time just for you with Susanna's walking meditation. Just pop on your headphones and land on the Earth, ready to soak up some of that Spring energy.



DANDELION CORDIAL

Here is a delicious seasonal recipe from Liz for you to celebrate the season with.

Our Spring plant is the dandelion. The humble dandelion is one of the first plants to appear at the start of spring.


You may well start to see appeals over social media not to pull your weeds in early spring to help the newly emerging bees find nectar in these scarce months. As spring hits her stride, dandelions seem to pop up everywhere. It really is a survivor of a plant and can grow almost anywhere- popping up in lawns, between cracks in paving, in full sun or darkest shade. I too, used to find it a pesky weed and would dig it out at any opportunity and cringe when the kids would blow dandelion clocks over my flower beds. I have now come to love it.


Liz and Susanna's Spring read


We love Angela Harding's stunning printwork. This beautiful book is a celebration of her beautiful prints


A Year Unfolding is a journey through Angela's year in nature watching the seasons unfold in front of her from her studio in Rutland, and giving the reader detail into how nature transforms and evolves over the course of the year.


With love,

Liz & Susanna

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