in the kitchen …
The calendula's are blooming! When we moved from town I missed leaving my 4x4 foot bed of prolific calendula but here they are coming back in their new home. For a person with a black thumb these are one of the easiest things to grow. They are not too picky about their soil or water so long as they get lots of sun. And they are edible, make a wonderful tea and great item to have in the medicine cabinet especially for cuts/scrapes/burns and anything to help soothing and calming.
in the dehydrator …
No room in the dehydrator for this stash of herbs! They are hang drying on our pantry door which usually stores my aprons. Some wild harvested chamomile and our first trimming off of our ONE peppermint plant! The peppermint plant was a new addition this spring and it took off overly well. A wonderful smelling herb to harvest and makes an excellent tea!
Living Healthy with Tea
Welcome to our Family Tea Farm!
Howdy from our farm to your home! It is said that the, "farm is the nursery of the family," and that "the family is the nursery of the nation." We hope you enjoy your visit to our blog as we share with you the happenings on our little "nursery". Thank you for following us on our journey and watching us GROW! Read more about our farm HERE.
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