Herbal Tea Garden Plans for Stress, Colds, Flus and More
Many of us suffer from minor ailments that can be treated with herbal teas. Whether we are coping with stress, fighting a cold or need help getting to sleep at night, herbs can help us meet our health needs. With these five garden plans, herbs will not only allow you to enjoy gardening, but also will be a ready source of natural medicine whenever you need them.
Tea gardens are both beautiful and functional. The mingling scents and blending colors are wonderful sources of pleasure. Try pulling up a chair and drinking herbal teas in your garden and you’ll have a delightful experience. These specialty gardens require a chunk of garden land, but don’t despair if you don’t have much space; you can still select a few of the recommended herbs and plant them in containers. There are many ways to grow herbs we need while creating an appealing garden design, so let your imagination run wild as you customize this garden plan to your own space.
Herbal Tea Garden Plans
This article is adapted from Herbal Tea Gardens: 22 Plans for Your Enjoyment & Well-Beingby Marietta Marshall Marcin. Check out the book for more plans to make health-promoting teas that address first-aid, tummy problems, arthritis, pain relief, women’s wellness and more.
Seed Starting Guide
Nurturing herbs from seeds offers many benefits to the herb gardener. Use this seed starting guide and you’ll get a head start in the garden, you can minimize the chance of introducing soil-borne diseases to your garden, you’ll save money, and you may even have fun along the way!
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Holy Basil The Zen Herb
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