Tag Archives: Summer Herbs

The Ultimate Sun and Plant Connection; Summer Sun Tea

Connecting sun, plants and water is one of the easiest ways to bring herbalism into your life during the summer months. As plant lovers, we spend time every day during the seasons connecting personally with the foods & plants in our gardens, and the wild spaces around our homes. But no matter where you are, and your level of training

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Summer Herbs: Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium}

Also, Known As: Bride’s Button Compositae Featherfew Featherfoil Febrifuge Plant Feverfew Wild Chamomile The feverfew herb has been used as an herbal remedy since the time of Dioscorides-78 A.D. The herbal remedies made from the feverfew was used to treat problems such as a headache, the development of menstrual irregularities in women, disorders such as stomachaches, and all types of fevers in

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Aromatic Culinary Herb Called the Savory

Savory Satureja hortensis / Satureja montana Also, Known As: Mountain Savory Savory Summer Savory Winter Savory Ancient herbal texts frequently mention about two types of savories – summer savory comprising the dense parts of the herb Satureja hortensis L., and the winter savory, which is acquired from the herb Satureja Montana L. While the summer savory is an annual plant,

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A Summer Herb: Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea}

Also, Known As: Alehoof Cat’s-foot Creeping Charlie Field Balm Gill Run Over Ground Ivy Haymaids Hedge Maid Wild Snakeroot Ground ivy is a herb-like plant that grows perennially up to a height of 8 inches to 20 inches (20 cm to 50 cm) and has a square stem that produces circular, having well-serrated leaves. The flowers of this herb have

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Companion Planting with Herbs

Boost your garden this season with the right pairings of plants. Companion planting is a fantastic addition to any garden. By specific plants next to certain fruits, flowers, and vegetables, you can boost their health and increase their production. Of course, knowing what pairings work best is key, especially when it comes to herbs. How It Works Companion planting improves

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