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Roots of African American Herbalism: Herbal Use by Enslaved Africans
Roots of African American Herbalism: Herbal Use by Enslaved Africans | Herbal Academy | African American herbalism is a rich melange of many cultural traditions with deep origins rooted in African history dating back to ancient Egypt.
How To Make A Culinary Herb Wreath
Pick an edible base herb and tie it in little bundles to a florists wire hoop. Then take other herbs tie them into bundles and weave them through the base so that they form a wreath. (Add some for color and scent too, for example we added curry plant just for the scent not to be eaten.) Then leave it in the kitchen to dry and snip bits off when you need them for your cooking.
How To Make A Medieval Physic Garden
A beautiful, serene and healing place, Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire had one of the first physic gardens from the 1300's. It has been wonderfully recreated and we loved it so much we have shown how to add a flavour of this special World Heritage site to your own backyard.