Growing Your Own Tea Garden

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  • Growing Your Own Tea Garden
  • Jodi Helmer
  • 04 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Growing Your Own Tea Garden

  1. Deanne Patterson says:

    Like me I m sure a lot of you drink tea, iced or hot it s delicious.Have you ever thought of growing the herbs,berries,etc to make your own tea I ll have to admit I have made my own tea before but only one kind I used the lemon mint in my yard It s makes a lovely and refreshing tea.If you re just starting out as a tea enthusiast or are already there but want a little detailed instructions this book has everything you could possibly need to brew that delicious cup of tea.It s amazing how many herbs,berries,etc are listed here.You will find complete instructions on how to grow it,where to grow it,what zone you can plant it in and how to harvest it and make that perfect cup of cold or hot tea It also warns you about possible side effects of drinking too much of certain kinds of tea which I appreciate because it wasn t in other tea books I ve read I am all about natural foods and health with my body so this book is much appreciated Very well written and I will be definitely reading by this author.Published May 14th 2019 by CompanionHouse BooksI was given a complimentary copy of this book Thank you.All opinions expressed are my own.

  2. Bonnye Reed says:

    Jodi Helmer brings us very precise information on what herbs and plants make good tea or tisanes, excellent pictures of those plants and recipes and suggestions for making beverages hot or cold We have excellent instructions on the planting and growing of these herbs and spices and weeds, how to harvest and dry or prepare them green and what to beware of in our yards and fields I already have an extensive herb garden and many of those plants are tea producers how neat I had no idea the fennel I treasure for its seed and root would also be great for tea, along with thyme and rosemary, cilantro and yarrow I can t wait to get out there and start sampling those teas and tisanes, and the suggested combinations of various herbs, as well I was really pleased with my second year growth of chamomile, which I adore, and now I have all these other options Thank you I received a free electronic copy of this informative book from Netgalley, Jodi Helmer and CompanionHouse Books Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me I have read this book of my own volition, and this review reflects my honest opinion of this work pub date May 14th, 2019CompanionHouse BooksReviewed May 16, 2019 at Goodreads, Netgalley, , and Barnes Noble Not available at BookBub or Kobo.

  3. Dora (Swift Coffee Book Blog) says:

    What s better than reading a book about different teas while slowly sipping a huge mug of hot tea yourself Well, a lot of things it was a pretty nice experience for me nonetheless This is a basic guide to different plants that are possible to transform into tea infusion, and there are also a couple of tips for tea brewing and recipes so you have some ground you can star off There was a time while reading about the leaves and fruits and roots and plants when I felt and bored with the otherwise very vague and not too long botanical descriptions, but when I started to think I should put it all away, the book suddenly turned to other stuff the actual tea making And that saved it for me all the way I m not sure I will ever grow my own tea leaves on the window seal, but it s nice to know that I probably could.

  4. Laurie Garrison says:

    I love growing herbs, flowers and drinking tea, so when I noticed this book I just had to try it This book will help you learn what herbs are great for making teas and the vitamins and nutrients each one has along with how to brew them I really enjoyed the history of tea section so informative as a matter of fact, this whole book is full of useful information, heck I never know you could use blackberry leaves in for tea, you learn something new every day LOL Are you wanting to kick the habit of those carbonated no healthy syrup drinks Well, grab this book pick some herbs you would like, buy the dirt and containers and get to growing I plant most of my herbs into containers so they are easy to keep up with and handy to cut off when needed so this book just adds excitement for me to use of my herbs Oh, and don t forget a lot of flowers are great in tea, yep, this book covers it all herbs, fruit, and flowersThis book covers herbs, flowers different teas so you can understand what is different between white or black tea How to dry your leaves, how to grow crops, herbal infusions and so much Highly recommend to anyone that would like to expand their tea drinking horizons.

  5. Janet says:

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it.You Love To Drink Tea Why Not Grow Your Own If you ve ever considered raising your own tea, this comprehensive guide is the place to start Growing Your Own Tea Garden is packed with inspiration and practical instructions for cultivating and enjoying delicious teas Author Jodi Helmer helps you plan and plant a productive backyard tea garden, with sample garden designs and cultivation advice She shows you how to choose the right crops for your soil and climate, starting with the tea plant Camellia sinensis and going on through a comprehensive survey of tisanes, or herbal teas Discover how to grow the full range of herbal infusions that make wonderful teas, from flowering chamomile and lavender to chicory roots, rose hips, lemon verbena, peppermint, aromatic bergamot and Jodi shows you how to harvest, dry and store your tea to enjoy all year long, along with brewing tips and creative recipes Inside Growing Your Own Tea Garden Everything you need to know to create a healthy, bountiful tea garden and enjoy high quality tea How to grow dozens of crops that make marvellous teas, herbal infusions and decoctions Sample tea garden designs, including instructions for growing tea in container gardens and raised beds Understanding the differences between black tea, green tea, white tea and herbal tea How to dry and store your leaves for consumption on cool autumn days Let it steep how to brew the perfect cup of teaI always mean to drink tea but I seem to stick to coffee this may help me change my mind as I love tea with flavours but find that most of them available to buy include liquorice or chickory The instructions were clear and concise and it makes it seem simple to do I know that I do not live in a zone where I can make my favourite black tea but I may be able to make something different for a change by adding to it with botanicals.As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis outside of Instagram and Twitter so let s give it

  6. Carrie Templeton says:

    I was underwhelmed by this I was hoping for something highly geared toward gardening, and this was mostly details about brewing and preparation of products from your tea garden There was a small bit of information about gardening for each item, but less than I expected from the book s title.

  7. Beth says:

    What a fantastic resource Specific information on a range of plants to grow for using in tea, along with instructions on how to harvest and prepare the plants and many different recipes Really excited to try some of these.

  8. Alicia Bayer says:

    This is a fun and informative book filled with information on growing your own herbs and other plants for homemade teas of all sorts The book starts with very thorough information on the history of tea and the kinds of tea black, green, white, etc and then features many plants you can grow in your garden to make your own teas It also includes some tea recipes Color photos are used throughout, though they are stock photos and not provided by the author Stock photos seem to be used for the recipes too, which is always a disappointment to me as I want to see what the actual recipe looks like and not just a purchased photo of some sort of herbs and a cup of tea next to it That said, it s got quite a lot of great information, especially for folks who are new to gardening I would have liked tea recipes, foraged and medicinal teas, and information about the flavors, but it is a very helpful book and a great read.My rating system 1 hated it2 it was okay3 liked it4 really liked it5 love it, plan to purchase, and or would buy it again if it was lostI read a temporary digital ARC of the book for the purpose of review.

  9. Alexis says:

    This books starts by giving a brief and easy to follow history of tea, and what you can expect to find with each sub category of tea The growing sections are helpfully divided into what part of the plant you use to make the tea, and I found some new ideas listed, along with some old favourites More focus is placed on making the tea than growing the plants, and I feel some of the difficulty is understated with some plants I would love to use Yaupon holly to make tea, but that usually requires growing a tree instead of a plant, and a difficult one to obtain even the seeds for in Canada I have so much disappointment in practice and passionate love in theory for this plant I like that Stevia was included in the book as it is easy to grow, easily available at places like Wal Mart, and a good sweetener The instructions for saving and storing tea ingredients were well explained, as well as proper preparation and foraging warnings This is a helpful start to creating your own tea garden but be sure to temper your expectations when thinking about the ease of obtaining, growing, and maintaining the plants based on your location, experience and space.

  10. Jane says:

    This is an informative book full of ideas for growing your tea garden The intro covers the history of tea, including the history of the tea bag The next chapter covers the types of plants for the garden including a brief history of each plant and tips for optimum brewing The subsequent chapters cover garden designs and present the best practices for growing a tea garden you will also find combinations of plants to brew tea for specific purposes The book is filled with gorgeous photos and illustrations making it easy for the reader to follow The author shows you how to make to make the perfect cup of tea using different tools such as the kettle, french press, and a tea ball strainer the best temperature for brewing a specific tea As a tea drinker, I m keen on growing my tea garden using this book as a guide Can t wait to try out the recipes in this book Definitely recommend this one Many thanks to Jodi Helmer, NetGalley and CompanionHouse Books for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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