Garden with these native plants for food and medicine, to provide for both humans and wildlife. Edibility, medicinal uses, and wildlife value are summarized for each plant. These herbs have a rich Native American ethnobotany, and as native plants, they support native wildlife. Some are favorites of foragers and other are favorites of herbalists. Great for a permaculture garden! #livingecology#permacultureinternship
Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus) - Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus) This plant is amazing for stings and bites. If you're suffering from a nettle sting or swelling from a mosquito bite or other skin irritation, mash the leaf in your mouth or between clean fingers until the juice comes out, then place it on the swelling. It is very soothing. Read more: Healing Herbs for the Homesteader's Garden momprepares.com
How to Infuse Herbs in Oil, Water, Vinegar, Alcohol or Honey How to Make Homemade Extracts- Vanilla, Lemon and Almond How to Grow Stevia and Make Homemade Stevia Extract The Best Herbs and Spices for Colds and Flus Herbal Remedies for PMS Cold and Cough Care Syrup and Tea Recipes.Chop clean dry herbs, add olive oil ( half half is good. Place in sunny window for 2.3 weeks, Strain, store in dark bottles.
How to design a potager garden. French potager style mixes growing vegetable crops with herbs and edible flowers, as well as decorative companion planting. The result is a pretty, stylish veg plot garden.