September 16, 2019 at 4:17 pm ReplyAlthea R.Private messageGreenhorn
I love tea and I like making it on my own – even sometimes inventing tea ingredients if that’s what you call it – from fresh material from my small garden. I have roses, lilac, soap bush, strawberries, a few vegetables like tomatoes and squash and loooooottttsss of dandelions! Any of them could be used for tea?
Excited to hearing your responses fellow garden lovers! For the meantime, I’ll make some tea! 😎September 16, 2019 at 9:25 pm ReplyjeffrycopePrivate messageGreen Thumb
Hi Althea don’t know if you’re in the US but I just saw the new N&G facebook post https://www.facebook.com/natureandgarden/posts/499642784164596
seems they mention a plant for tea there but it only grows in the USSeptember 17, 2019 at 2:42 pm ReplyAlthea R.Private messageGreenhorn
Thanks jeffrycope. I don’t have the plant in the link you shared. What I really want to know is – what could be used for tea among the plants I have…October 1, 2019 at 12:35 pm ReplydenisePrivate messageGreenhorn
Hi! Rose buds that are fertilized and make round shape like hips (thus the name rose hips) when the flowers wither make a delicious thick tea. Strawberry can also be used for tea. And, dandelions too! Hope you’ll have fun trying these.
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