How Plants Adapt to Harsh Climates

When we create beautiful, sustainable gardens, in tune with how nature would create them, we receive the benefits with easier care and more nutritition from the edible plants. Vegetables, fruit and herbs adapt to harsh climates by developing a shorter, stronger cellular structure and they develop cells called adaptogens. These cells help the plant adapt to stressful situations, and develop more flavor, more antioxidants. While certain herbs are specifically known to have higher adaptogenic abilities and vibrational levels than others, all plants develop these adaptogens at varying levels.

To read more about the health benefits of gardening in harsh climates like ours, check out the rest of the story here in my second feature of 2018 in the gorgeous new issue of Tahoe Quarterly.  Here’s the link to read it online here, or better  yet, get your own copy and enjoy ‘The Best of Tahoe’.

Better health from plants and in sync with nature,

Tova Roseman
Earth Diva

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Tova Roseman is a horticulturist, designer, award-winning speaker and nationally best-selling author. She received two awards for Best Radio Program in the nation and has been featured on HGTV, Discovery, NBC and ABC television. Tova is well-known for creating lush, organic gardens that are waterwise and pollinator friendly in challenging climates.

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