Hilltop Herb Woman
Summer Goodness: Making use of the sun for the best tea!
I’m a huge fan of sun teas, any tea can be sun tea or cold brew. I am particularly fond of Mountain Rose Herb’s Hibiscus High blend, its beautiful,… Continue reading
My sister and I traveled to Colorado recently to surprise our mother on her 80th birthday and to see my nephew and his his wife at their mountain home above Paonia. Now, when I talk about paradise, I’m not exaggerating… Continue reading
It’s finished, complete, done.
It was a grueling two-and-a-half-month, six-class course of study on Medicinal Plants at Cornell University’s online eCornell hub. Tons of research, videos, reading, and assignments and I’m so happy I did it.
Why did I… Continue reading
It’s been a busy day here in the McCabe household! Harvesting beneficial weeds, washing and hanging to dry, and finally calling it done.
I read somewhere that Chives need to hang in a vented brown paper bag to dry… Continue reading
Grey Field Speedwell (Veronica polita)
This is an amazing little herb that is part of the plantain family. It can be used for rheumatism, coughs, and as… Continue reading