My latest article for the Maggie Beer Foundation includes a range of delicious herbal teas to grow in your garden in any setting.
Herbal teas are a healthy, delicious alternative to regular black tea, coffee and other packaged drinks.
They can be enjoyed hot or cold and there’s so many herbs that are used for teas the choice is quite extensive!
Herbs are grown for a variety of reasons, whether it’s for cooking, for beauty or for medicinal purposes, they’re useful little plants to grow in any garden.
When growing herbs it’s quick and easy to pick a few sprigs or leaves, boil the kettle and enjoy the aroma and flavour of a refreshing brew.
Herbs can be used as a tea individually or combined with others to enhance the flavours and also the medicinal properties.
You’ll find fabulous articles and recipes from the team at MBF too, so click HERE for extra ideas this month.
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