Herbs from Garden to Table

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This ebook looks at 10 easy to grow herbs and shows you how to be successful growing them, whether you have a huge garden or just a few containers.  You’ll learn when the optimal time to harvest them is.  Finally each herb has a recipe to help you utilize the herb in the kitchen.  I hope you enjoy it. 

The first step to food security is growing what you eat and eating what you grow.  10 Herbs From Garden to Plate will help you take the first baby step to growing your own food.  Even if you don’t have very much of a garden.  Even if you only have a few pots on a window sill, you’ll find this book useful. 

And if you are wondering how to expand your garden to make it more useful and get even more food security, you find tips to get you from beginning to successful harvest.











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By growing herbs yourself, in your own garden, you get the freshest, most potent medicinal herbs. These are thriving under the same stressors that you, yourself, are challenged with. When you buy dried herbs, even from local herb stores, they won’t be as active or as potent as the herbs that you harvest fresh and process yourself. But how do you fit medicinal herbs into your home garden plans? You don’t need hundreds of acres to grow enough medicinal herbs for your family’s wellness. Here’s 5 ways to fit medicinal herbs into your organic garden.


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You’ll also get the Joybilee Farm email newsletter to  keep you moving toward more food security and self reliance.  The newsletter includes tips, information, and special offers to encourage you and make your journey easier, less confusing, and full of Homestead Abundance and JOY.

Assuming you have the correct pollinator tree for the fruit that you have, your trees should be bearing some fruit within 5 years of planting. Once they start to bear, yields will increase annually. But if you don’t plant fruit trees you won’t get any fruit. So pick your cultivars, fence your orchard, and plant your trees so that you can begin harvesting amazing home grown fruit soon. Fruit you grow yourself will taste better, and be more nutritious than anything that you can buy in the store.

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  • Tips to help you with food preservation, gardening, food storage
  • Recipes to use your homestead abundance
  • Herbal Remedies and How-Tos

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  • Animal Husbandry
  • Tips on how to make a living from your homestead
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And anything else you and I might discuss while visiting over a cup of your favorite warm beverage, while looking out the picture window at the sheep, llamas, and chickens, at Joybilee Farm.


The Intermediate Herbal course is put together with the thought of where the student will go next in their studies, once this course is completed. This course lays the foundation for the next level of herbal education, whether the student desires to work toward a certificate along the entrepreneur herbalist path, the professional herbalist path, or the clinical herbalist path.

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Seeing you post about abundance reminds me to stay mindful of the blessings that HaShem sends me every day. I live in a Co-op, work at public and Hebrew schools as well as do autism intervention work. Yet, with a very urban lifestyle I too feel a ‘homestead abundance’ every day. It comes with any of my fibre craft I do, my allotment garden, or teaching interested folk any reskilling that I have to offer, and living ‘more with less’… you are a blessing in my life. – Beatrice K.
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