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Herbalist Cindy Sauers of Saturday Farm in West Harwich, Massachusetts, likes to make this soothing drink with fresh lemon balm from her garden. You will need a glass pitcher or half gallon size...
Ingredients: Fresh lemon balm leaves, roughly 1-2 cups Fresh rose petals Water Sugar to taste, if desired. Place a pink or red rose petal (make sure they are not sprayed with chemicals)...
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Power up your hydration this summer with this collection of cooling waters flavored with herbs and flowers from your garden, citrus, or exotic fruits. Perfect for refreshing yourself on a hot...
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Herbs and fruits infuse these summer cocktails with garden flavor
Summer provides many ideal moments for relaxing in the soothing surrounds of a garden. Make it even more pleasant with a cool drink that tastes of freshly plucked herbs or berries with one of our...
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Summertime is just around the corner! Here are some of our favorite things to do during the season.
Summertime is just around the corner! Here are some of our favorite things to do during the season. What’s your favorite summer activity?
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Use an old jar to hold a bouquet of beautiful summer flowers from your garden. Display the makeshift vase on your kitchen counter, dinning room table, or out on the porch.
Try these fun DIY projects with different glass jars just in time for summer!
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Add peaches to your favorite dish for an extra hint of sweetness.
Add peaches to your favorite dish for an extra hint of sweetness.