Mint is among the most useful and prolific herbs you can grow in your home garden. Its versatility lends it to teas, desserts, and even hygiene products, and it can refresh, perk you up and give your breath a fresh boost.
Here’s our review of another little gem dedicated to herbal gardens. Not too long but full of useful, practical and creative information. I share my favorite parts…
Did you know that your backyard can provide you with a lovely salad bar of sorts, free for the picking? A few weeks ago, we gathered dandelion greens from our homestead and used them to prepare a lovely wilted greens salad.
Oregano Oil is a powerful, natural antibacterial remedy that has helped me battle the toughest cold and sinus congestion this last week. I could feel my sinuses start to clear less than 24 hours after I took my first dose!
Food is medicine. It’s true. What we put into our bodies will have consequences for our energy levels, ability to ward off diseases, and maintain homeostasis in our body’s systems.
It doesn’t take much space to grow a significant amount of herbs! This little side container garden provided plenty of herbs to enjoy fresh all summer and to dry for winter cooking, teas and medicinal purposes.