About The Magical Herb Garden

The Magical Herb Garden exists in every garden if you look for it.

This site is for learning how to grow herbs, spices, and the magic of gardening. Get signed up for growing tips that will help you grow and use herbs, flowers, and vegetables and fruits in your garden or on your windowsill.

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Disclosure:

I can and will from time to time promote products, books, and courses that I think will help you further your learning and gardening experience. In return, the companies selling these products pay me a small commission. This is called affiliate marketing. This does not change your cost in any way.  Many of these products and sources are also free resources that I share so you can learn more too, with no benefit to me. Consider this my virtual storefront combined with stories! I will promise you here and now that I will never share a product, course, or book that I do not fully believe in. 

Disclaimer:

The experiences, ideas, and thoughts published here are for personal growth, and should not be taken as any kind of advice for physical or mental health issues. Always research from reputable sources, and consult with your family physician about treatment and health issues before trying herbal alternatives.

 

ALSO A WORD OF WARNING: Please please please DO NOT go picking and using anything out of your garden, herbs, leaves, flowers, whatever until you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are safe for consumption and what they are to be used for.

More people have died grabbing leaves to ‘make a natural tea’, thinking it romantic and sweet, only to end up extremely sick or even dead in some cases, because what they picked was incredibly toxic and should not ever have been consumed or used for anything other than a bouquet.

I’m not saying this to scare you, but it’s a real issue. There’s a lot of Instagram photos of beautiful dishes and cakes out there decorated with lovely and incredibly poisonous flowers which should never be near food. It’s only a matter of time until someone gets really sick and a big bruhaha ensues. Do your research first. 

With love,The Magical Herb Garden

Cathy at The Magical Herb Garden