Hello dear readers, I'm sorry it's been so long since my last post. From Coronavirus to Black Lives Matter (yes indeed) to finding out I'm pregnant, writing took a back seat. It's no excuse, however, as anyone who does it knows writing is therapeutic in itself. When we neglect those habits that heal us, and… Continue reading Drying your Own Herbs
I may have gotten carried away when I was ordering my cut flowers this spring. I've read it's ideal to have a few fillers, a few foliages, a few discs (smaller, round flowers), and a couple of focal flowers (mains). However, just because I have a lot of flowers for June and July (hopefully) doesn't mean I have enough to carry me through the fall.
This year, my hope is to provide tea for family and friends. If all goes well, maybe next year we'll be selling it! For a successful herb garden, it's important to find out which herbs spread quickly and which herbs help each other grow.