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Achilleas millefolium’s flat white blossoms with their multitude of tiny, perfect flowers and silver-green feathery foliage are a […]
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If Basil is like a diva who begs for a sweater on a balmy spring morning, Chives is […]
Dandelions are much more than a common weed; they are a valuable medicine. Who knew the best way […]
If you’ve never heard of Herb Strewers as an occupation, it is likely because the job has been […]
If you would like to grow chamomile in your herb garden for making your own tea, choose German Chamomile Matricaria recutita.
Think you can’t have a garden, because you tried it once and all you could grow were weeds? […]
Dandelions supplied the early homesteaders with vital vitamins and nutrients. It was thought of as a spring tonic.
In The Language of Flowers lavender means distrust. Find out why.