Bees seem to love the following flowering herbs: chives, lavender, thyme, bergamot, borage, feverfew, lamb’s ears, greater celandine, st john’s wort, comfrey, clary sage, roses, oregano, marjoram, white and red clover, evening primrose, rosemary, sage, yarrow, lemon balm and marshmallow. Bees also like the flowers of betony, bramble, butterbur, catmint, dill, coneflower, eyebright, mullein, lungwort, foxglove, dandelion, cornflower, hollyhock, honeysuckle, n
Meanings of the Herbs and Flowers in this Potpourri: Amaranth - Love returned Chamomile - May your wishes come 1 Coriander - Your closeness is welcome Feverfew - You light up my life Lavender - Devotion Marjoram - Joy and happiness Rose - Love Rosemary - The wedding herb; remembrance, fidelity, loyalty Sage - Long life and good health Thyme - Strength and courage Woodruff - Be cheerful and rejoice in life
10 Natural Healing Herbs To Grow In Your Survival Garden.feverfew, sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Peppermint, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Parsley, Chamomile, Basil,
Lavender, feverfew, white horehound, wall flower, echinacea, nasturtium, rue, sweet william, thyme, hyssop, mexican sage and celandine grow in the bee garden. The bees particularly love the white horehound flowers which are actually very inconspicuous. Many butterflies flit happily here too and the garden feels very much alive.
We are very happy to announce that we now carry herbs! Listings are what we have in stock. You may also request any other herb and we will order it for you! The sizes are small (packets), medium (glass bottle) and large (lidded container). The pricing varies for each. -4 packets for $2.00 -1 medium bottle for $3 or 2 for $5 - 1 large container for $10 - Custom sizes available upon request ****Please specify what you want to purchase in note section of orders. And you may mix and match…