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Tea Time All the Time: How to Grow Your Own Tea Garden

If you’re looking for a simple and purposeful gardening project, why not start an herbal tea garden? These micro-size gardens require very little space and minimal supplies, and the results are absolutely delicious. Here’s how to get started.

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Don’t Stray Too Far From the Kitchen

Plant your tea garden in a location that is easily accessible from the kitchen, or at least in a spot where you can admire its beauty while you’re sipping on your favorite tea blend.

Give Your Herbs a Space of Their Own

Keep delicate herbs and spices separate from other plants by using a small raised flower bed or miniature planters for your tea garden. Whimsical containers, such as tea kettles and oversized tea cups, are also creative places to grow your garden.

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Start With Chamomile

The daisy-like flowers are beautiful, and chamomile is the ultimate plant for pampering.

Plant Anise-Hyssop

This licorice-flavored herb attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden, and it adds a yummy flavor to your favorite teas.

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