Plant Tea This Spring

There are many herbal teas that are made from ingredients that you can grow in your garden easily: sage, ginger, apple mint, saffron, chamomile flowers, peppermint, dandelion, lemon balm, fennel, and lemon thyme among others, all make good teas that can be blended for their unique flavor and restorative properties. When planning your herb garden this year, don't forget to make a spot for tea ingredients.

Luckily, many of these plants are hardy perennials, coming back year after year without much effort from you. Watch for future blogs that will give you some great tips for planting a tea garden, as well as recipes that will make good use of your crops. In the meantime, order your free herb catalogs so you can get an early start on spring planting. Visit my free herb catalog list to put in your order. Free Herb Catalogs

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