So many of the herbs are already flowering this year - its' just beautiful. I love going out to the garden in the morning (if I have the time!) and enjoy the sights and fragrances. Enjoy the pictures :)
I regret to let everyone know that I have to put my business on hold for
about 2 years. My family will spend those coming years in Sweden. (My
husbands job will take us there.) On one hand I'm really excited
for our family to be back in Europe for a while and therefore also
closer to our family in Germany, but on the other hand it was really sad
for me to decide that I will have to take a break business wise. I have to figure out the 'health department situation' in Sweden before I can say I continue over there...
Anyway: I plan to sell my teas until we are ready to move (most likely July) but I will not restock anything. New stock is available at Double Oak Farm, Columbus, IN and homespun: modern handmade in Indy and Lori and Amanda will most likely receive whatever I will have left in June.
Feel free to send me a message, if you can't find what you're looking
for in my Etsy store - I will not re-list anything there until I'm ready
to start again. I still might have whatever you're looking for though.
I will keep in touch - thanks to my page on Facebook and my blog this should be no problem :) Thanks for reading, everyone!!!
Did you know, that rosehips (the fruit of wild roses) contain up to 24 times as much Vitamin C as oranges?!
They are also rich in Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins. Dried or fresh rosehips can be used to make a very tasty and healthy tea (hot in winter, iced in summer).
We also like rosehip jelly or marmelade a lot (we used to find very easily in stores in Austria and Germany - now we finally found a source online, so we can enjoy it again :))
Let me know if you like some - I have plenty in stock (dried cut organic rosehips)