Aromatic flowers make tea for all seasons. Our era is twitchy: our senses are hammered by ringtones, vibrations, alarms, and sirens. The resulting society- wide anxiety is the affliction of our time. For relief, try some little apples. This is the name given by ancient Greeks to the spherical, golden, highly aromatic centers of chamomile Ancients realized these morsals had healing properties and used them to treat fever, improve mood, and induce relaxation, in addition to using them in beer making. In your own garden, you can experience these qualities simply by walking through a patch of chamomile in full bloom: it’s aroma is both heady & soothing, it’s profusion of tiny blooms a visual delight. Certified organic. Non-GMO, open pollinated seeds. Seed count: 200. Artwork by: Sarah Snow
Growing: Sow outdoors as soon as the soil can be worked. ch 2′ high. Harvest the flower heads before they fade. Dry by hanging in a dry place; store the dry flowers to knot a calming tea year round. You can also make tea from the fresh flowers. Self sows.
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