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Long green garden plants like these are easy to grow, provide beauty and add fragrance to a garden.

Garden-safe fragrances give your plants a head start, and they won’t compete with blooms.

Make your own garden-safe aromas by mixing dried herbs like thyme, rosemary and eucalyptus with citrus. You’ll be able to create a wonderful fragrance.

Make your own garden-safe aromas by mixing dried herbs like thyme, rosemary and eucalyptus with citrus. You’ll be able to create a wonderful fragrance.

The best time to make your garden-safe aromas is when your plants are in their prime. Do this when your plants are six weeks to two months ahead of their usual blooming time.

Your plants will be better equipped to deal with the stresses that the weather brings, and you’ll be less likely to have pests and diseases. It s also a good time to fertilize your garden, apply fungicides and plant flowers.

Here are a few of my favorite recipes.

Aromas for all occasions

Here are a few of my favorite recipes.

Garden-safe herb blends

• Thyme

• Rosemary

• Eucalyptus

Herb blends for a rainy day

• Dried marjoram

• Dried rosemary

• Dried thyme

• Dried chives

• Mint

• Lemon balm

• Scented geranium

• Scented fennel

Garden-safe herb blends for fall

• Rosemary

• Sage

• Lavender

• Thyme

• Scented geranium

• Basil

Garden-safe herb blends for summer

• Mint

• Dried thyme

• Marjoram

• Eucalyptus

• Scented geranium

Folksy scents for every season

• Dried lemongrass

• Dried lavender

• Dried chamomile

• Dried ylang-ylang

• Scented geranium

• Scented fennel

• Lavender

Lavender-scented ice

• 2 cups water

• 2 cups vodka

• 2 tbsp lavender water

• 1/2 cup sugar

• 1 tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice

Stir until the sugar dissolves. Put the water into a bucket and put the rest of the ingredients into a jar. Shake the vodka until it s smooth. Pour the vodka into the water and ice, and stir. Serve over ice in a chilled drink glass.

Lavender sippers

• 1 cup of water

• 1 cup lavender tea

• 1 cup of vodka

• Lemon juice

• A little bit of sugar

Mix all ingredients together in a shaker and shake. Pour into a small pitcher and chill for a while. Serve with an ice cup and garnish with a lime wedge.

The lavender in my kitchen now is from the lavender bushes in our garden. While lavender can be used to treat coughs and colds, the tea also contains other herbs that may benefit people. Lavender not only adds scent but also boosts the immune system. It s good to have it all around us.

I ve heard people say that the fragrance of lavender can be overpowering, but I didn t find that the scent was at all too strong in these sippers. If you re interested in adding lavender to your diet, you can find lavender oil as a flavoring in health food stores.

If you like to make your own lavender and mint ice cubes, you can find instructions on my website: www.michaelfox.biz/make-your-own-lavender-mint-ice-cubes.html

If you are interested in more ways to use lavender, I ve just finished a book, Lavender: Essential Oil, Herb &, Aromatherapy that is available on Amazon. This book also features many of the recipes I ve shared with you here.

There are many other recipes that could be listed here. Lavender oil is a versatile natural product that I m sure you ll want to use in your own kitchen. When you need to relieve stress, lavender and other herbs such as lemon balm and rosemary are an excellent choice.

While lavender is a popular tea in many regions, the leaves are commonly dried for use in many countries. The lavender scented teas I have listed here are from North America. Enjoy these tea sippers and remember to always drink them responsibly.

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