herbs Tag

Many of us consider spring as the primary planting season, but the right planning and planting can make for some autumn abundance. Some plants even favor cooler temperatures over the warm summer sun and establish quickly to get a head start on your spring garden. Some...

It’s been a busy summer and we're heading back to school, work, and everything in between. Adjusting to a new schedule can put incredible stress on your mind and body, and sometimes a good night’s rest feels like it’s harder and harder to naturally come...

This month, we’re paying homage to one of our absolute favorite herbs — lavender. It’s a culturally celebrated perennial known for its medicinal properties, aromatics, and versatility. It’s a must-have in the garden (it attracts pollinators and deters plant-destroying animals) and it’s used in a huge...

Meet Nerves, our herbal tea of the month. With so much happening all around us right now, it’s not uncommon for mental health and well-being to take a temporary backseat. It’s always important to pay attention to what our minds and bodies are trying to tell...

It’s said that the use of medicinal herbs predates written human history. Archeological evidence suggests that humans were practicing herbal healing during the Paleolithic — about 60,000 years ago — and that nature has been at the core of our nutrition and health for as long...

Calendula is a genus that encompasses over a dozen plants that include the plant commonly known as marigold. The name Calendula comes from the Latin word for "little calendar" or "little clock" in reference to it's impressive blooming season which in some climates can last...