The Botanical Anthology: Autumn 2022 edition launches TODAY!
It’s been a fantastic process to be part of this work of creativity, love, and deep appreciation for the natural world. Within the pages of the Botanical Anthology Autumn edition, you will find the incredible work of 30 women from around the world. Together, we have created 45 articles that fill over 150 pages that will help guide you through the autumn season.
A PLANT LOVER’S DREAM COME TRUE
A plant lover’s dream comes true on every page! The Botanical Anthology is a digital magazine filled with inspiration, advice, and information. Get tips for your home apothecary, recipes to try in the kitchen, tips for foraging this fall, plus unique ways to celebrate the autumn season.
FIND GENTLE GUIDANCE THROUGH THE SEASON
I am honored to be a returning contributor to the Botanical Anthology family. Writing and creating for Botanical Anthology is one of my most cherished projects this year. I hope you will find gentle guidance for the season ahead within the pages, just as I found while crafting the autumn-inspired pieces for you.
My contributions include:
- Botanical Anthology Autumn Music Playlist- Create a beautiful autumn atmosphere in your home with a curated autumn playlist.
- Fall Rituals & Routines- A practical guide for enjoying and celebrating the season.
- “Bouquet Garni,” French for Herb Bundle- Sweet inspiration for your fall herbs
SNEAK PEEK OF THE TABLE OF CONTENTS OF THE BOTANICAL ANTHOLOGY: AUTUMN 2022 EDITION
GET YOUR COPY OF BOTANICAL ANTHOLOGY: AUTUMN 2022!
Get your copy of Botanical Anthology: Autumn 2022 edition for $20 until September 28th. You will also receive the bonus Cinnamon Booklet with your purchase during this period. Come the 29th, the price will increase to $25, and the Cinnamon Booklet will retire.
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Let us be your guide to working with plants this autumn season.
Jean Van't Hul
The magazine looks lovely, Julia! And so many great botanical projects and ideas! Thank you for sharing!