Wake Up To Home-Grown Cuppa
There are many tea plants that thrive in our beautiful climate. Not only can we grow official ‘tea’ Camellia sinensis and coffee, we can grow many nutritious alternative tea herbs. We can even grow our own sugarcane to sweeten the brew.
- Orange or Lemon or Lime Blossom
- Citrus peel
- sage flowers
- lemon verbeena
- Raspberry leaf
Native Tea Wonders
- Lemon Myrtle
- Anniseed Myrtle
- Native raspberry leaf
- Native finger-lime flowers and leaves
Why It Pays To Grow Your Own
Growing you own saves you and the planet a lot of energy in harvesting, drying, transporting, packaging, advertising and storage.
And best of all fresh herbs are more nutritious that stored dried herbs.
Join us in a workshop on home-grown Teas and Kombucha on Sept 17th