Camellia sinensis or tea tree, is a famous for brewing tea

Meet Camellia Sinensis, The Tea Plant

Had a cup of tea today? If you are like most people, the answer is an emphatic yes. And chances are that you did not give the sweet, refreshing beverage much thought. Here is what you need to know about the tea you just drank. Continue reading [...]
California poppy is great for treating anxiety

California Poppy Flower For Anxiety

Eschscholzia californica, commonly known as California poppy, or gold poppy, is a wildflower native to the western part of the US and Mexico. However, this annual plant is now naturalized in most of North America, Australia, Europe, and Chile. Continue reading [...]
Sherpherd's needle

Shepherd’s Needle: An Underappreciated Medicinal And Edible Wildflower

Bidens alba, commonly known as shepherd's needle, demon spike grass, bur-marigold, pitchfork weed, and Spanish needles, is a short-lived perennial or annual, flowering plant. It is a member of the aster family and closely related to daisy, echinacea, and sunflowers. Continue reading [...]

Friend Feeling Blue? The Right Flowers Will Send a Caring Message

If a friend or a loved one is going through a tough time, flowers may be the perfect way to express your caring and support. Let them know that you're thinking of them and wishing them well with a thoughtful floral arrangement. Continue reading [...]
Thyme has great health benefits

5 Top Health Benefits Of Thyme

Thymus vulgaris, commonly referred to as thyme, a perennial, Mediterranean herb has ornamental, dietary and medicinal uses. These beneficial properties are usually found in the flowers and leaves of the plant. Continue reading [...]

How to Incorporate Edible Flowers into your Holiday Meals

If you want to make your holiday dishes tasty and unique, add edible flowers. From sides and entrees to desserts, there are numerous ways to use these delicious blooms to enhance your cooking. Continue reading [...]