Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.
Spode "Blue Room" spice jars. The pattern around the rim of the cover matches the pattern of the jar. The Spode Blue Room Collection first introduced in 1820. Reproduced from a hand engraved Spode copper plate and made in England. Today's dishwasher and microwave oven proof jars are made in Asia for the English Portmeirion Pottery company who now own Spode.
Chamomile is one of the most recognized and used herbs in the western world. From tea and tinctures to salves and soap, chamomile’s versatility and aroma have long-been welcomed into our lives. Check out the link for 23 ways to use chamomile in many different applications – not just tea! Herbal Academy of New England