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Kristie Nackord
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I am the herbalicious 'herb girl' behind Spirit Horse Herbals. Living at 8300 feet in the mountains of Colorado, I am passionate about all things wild and green.
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tortilla and cheese!
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Calling all herb crafters! Free and downloadable ebook available for YOU!

Calling all herb crafters!

Are you aspiring to support yourself by supporting your community with homemade herbal goods? Well, Poppy Swap has got you covered with a FREE e-book that covers business savvy from online marketing, to product pricing, GMP…


Posted on April 20, 2012 at 12:28pm

Seed Scarification and Seed Stratification


I've had a few people ask me how to cold stratify seeds, such as purple coneflower (echinacea). This blog post by Mr. Brown Thumb offers a great explanation, complete with pictures, too! EASY!




Happy Gardening~


Posted on May 30, 2011 at 8:59am

It's a Hay Day!

 Springtime in the Rockies is.... unpredictable, to put it simply. One day it's warm (ish) with blue skies infused with hopeful thoughts of gardening and the next day you wake to foot of snow on the ground. But it is precisely this unpredictability and wonder that I love so much!


I'm also always impressed by the timing of things in life and specifically, the ranch life. Yesterday was a "Hay Day'. Literally. Fingers crossed this was our last load for the…


Posted on May 1, 2011 at 3:58pm — 2 Comments

Look at the tulips!!!!!


Maybe one day, just maybe, I could run through those fields of tulips! Weeeeeeeee~ …


Posted on April 30, 2011 at 10:38am

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At 4:42pm on March 30, 2010, Cornelia said…
Hi Kristie - welcome to HOMEGROWN.org! Wow, what a great resource of knowledge you are! Thank you for sharing your experience with us - I look forward to hearing more!
At 2:58pm on August 25, 2010, Cornelia said…
"Herding donkeys" made me snarf out loud!
At 5:54pm on March 4, 2011, Andrew Odom said…
Thank you so much for the friend request. I look forward to hearing more about your herbalicious life!
At 12:05pm on March 5, 2011, Victory V Lee said…
Thanks! I love the resource and will be sharing!!
At 9:44am on March 16, 2011, Andrew Odom said…
All is rockin' here in the free world, indeed! I have been so busy these past couple of weeks. You can read about it on my blog today, if you like. www.tinyrevolution.us
At 11:41am on March 16, 2011, Shellie A. Gades said…
Kristie - a friend gave me some purple coneflower seeds. Is there a "trick" to getting this started? I am very much a newbie to the herbal medicinal processes. Thanks Shellie.
At 12:32pm on March 16, 2011, Shellie A. Gades said…

Kristie - thank you so much. I love your enthusiasm too. It's contagious. As per the recommendations of your fave seed "family" - they say to refrig for 3 months. Would it hurt them to lay in the freezer for 6 weeks or so and then warm up with the Mother!?


At 6:32pm on June 8, 2011, Richard W. Bender said…

I am in the foothills west of Ft. Collins


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