Dedicating time to organize my stock of herbs is a happy winter ritual. I took note of herbs that we have already run out of and need to grow more of this coming spring and summer like Sunflower petals and Poleo ( a pennyroyal).
Even if you don't have much space, you can still make a green oasis at your home. Ceramic & plastic pots make great places to grow the garden of your dreams. In fact, some herbs prefer growing in containers! In this post I am going to share some of my favorite container plants and how… Continue reading Container Gardening
Oregano is such a common culinary herb that we often forget to include it in the list of medicinal herbs though it certainly is one. Oregano has many properties - too many to get into here though I do want to mention the main two properties I use oregano for: as a digestive aid and… Continue reading Oregano :: herbal and culinary uses
There is a special magic intrinsically linked to the beauty of plants, especially when arranged in bouquets or decoration. Personally I love to make and dry bouquets to enjoy in future months or to burn as incense. In this blog post I will share with you the process of making herbal bouquets with two very… Continue reading Crafting with Herbs :: making dry bouquets
Many people are getting into gardening for the first time while others are seasoned gardeners appreciating all the work that has gone into their plot over the years. I suppose I fall somewhere in between and have been tending to small gardens for years, last year my partner and I took our garden to the… Continue reading The Benefits of an Herbal Garden
Here on this blog I like to highlight some of the many ways you can use the herbs and flowers grown in the garden. Of course I am all about drinking tea and eating veggies but, I also like to make art and magic with the harvest. Herbal bottles or bottle spells are a staple… Continue reading Herbal Crafts : spell bottles