Both mint and lemon balm will grow easily in most gardens and tend towards invasive as they are perennials that will set out runners. From the Lamiaceae they vary in that mint has over 40 different varieties while there is only one Lemon Balm, easy to use in cooking as replacements for each other.
Used historically as a treatment for a wide range of ailments, mullein has fallen out of favor in recent years. Being looked upon instead as more of an invasive weed. … Continue Reading Mullein A Herbalists Guide To Sow, Grow & Harvest Verbascum
For those suffering with effects of IBS it can be a struggle to control those symptoms. By looking at some of the health benefits from herbs you can see a … Continue Reading 8 Best Herbal Teas For Relief Of IBS Symptoms
Mugwort is one of those hidden gems of a herb. Used throughout history from as far and wide as Asia to Europe. Once mugwort is established it is easy to … Continue Reading Mugwort – How To Grow And Use
One of your more unusual herbs to grow at home St John’s Wort has a lot to offer to even the non-herbalists out there! Growing to a compact 24 inches … Continue Reading How To Grow St John’s Wort
Lavender Cotton is a fun little sub-shrub to grow, getting to around 2.5 foot high and about 3 foot in spread. We kind of love it and propagate it with … Continue Reading Cotton Lavender Advice For Propagation And Care