With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Chamomile

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Chamomile

 I was able to gather a nice basket-full of Chamomile this morning to prepare for drying. 
And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
Genesis 1:12

21 comments:

Mildred said...

Good Morning, What a bright and cheerful bouquet! I've never grown chamomile before. It's lovely.

Julie Harward said...

Ahhh, cute! Just when I get to thinking that my favorite flower is the rose, I see another favorite and then another! ;D

Jennifurla said...

Your photography is really picking up, in love with these ones.

Sherry from Alabama said...

How lovely! I've grown Chamomile for tea before but never thought of picking the blooms for a bouquet. I bet they make your house smell so good, and relaxing. :)

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Lisa RedWillow said...

LDH . This is beautiful and what a bright happy color. They are so tiny and delicate.I love your photography

T's Daily Treasures said...

What happy, beautiful images! When I drink chamomile tea, I never remember that it actually comes from such a lovely flower. A friend in Lebanaon has access to all sorts of herbs and wildflowers that they dry and use for tea. Hope you are having a wonderful day. Tammy

Maggie Ann said...

Oooh, what a beautiful post! I just read somewhere about knitted sachet bags and filling them with dried herbs. I put that right on my (mental) knitting 'to do'' list and promptly forgot about it. Now where did I see that??? lol.

podso said...

I would never have known. They look like daisies to me. I love chamomile tea especially at bedtime when I've had a busy day.

Dayle said...

So lovely. Your photos are magazine quality, Lorraine.

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

Such a pretty bouquet and the perfect scripture to go with it.

Penned Pebbles said...

Beautiful pictures! I could smell the calming aroma!

Ann said...

I thought the same thing that podso did, that they look like daisies.
They are so pretty. So do you dry it for tea or for potpourri or something else

Cindy said...

love this!

Deila said...

I love these photos. I used to grow German Chamomile and would gather it for tea. I also collect handkerchiefs and noticed you have a pretty one there.

Tara said...

Beautiful photos!
hugs,
tara

Tara said...

Beautiful photos!
hugs,
tara

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

very pretty! Lovely post.

Karen said...

Just lovely. Praise the Lord for the beauty of the earth.

Just a little something from Judy said...

The photography and those adorable little flowers make this a pretty post.

Sara said...

Wow! These are gorgeous. Guess I had never seen chamomile. It's quite lovely...

Marysol said...

Oh my, beautiful, beautiful photography!

I'll have to plant Chamomile next year; I'd forgotten how pretty they are.

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