Tag Archives | chamomile

Keep His Company in Chamomile Tea

chamomile tea in garden chamomile foliage

When a friend invites you to a cup of tea, implicit in the invitation is cozy company. Whether served in dainty, floral teacups or stout, oversized mugs, hot tea warrants lingering to let drinks cool, and sipping seems to slow time’s passing. Thoughts seem gently encouraged to rise up from deep in the heart in […]

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A Lenten Look at Flowers of the Field

Patty Dale painting of gardener in flowers

The Lenten season began yesterday, 40 days sectioned off as a prelude to Easter Sunday. Why set apart these days? To draw closer to the Lord, in hope of taking hold of a deeper understanding of His gracious, glorious saving act celebrated on the approaching day. How are we going to do that? Come with me, […]

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Create a Chamomile Lawn

close up chamomile lawn with first flowers

Have a spot in your landscape frustratingly hard to mow? Are tree trunks and roots, pots, or sprawling plants making it impossible to maneuver the mower? A chamomile lawn may offer a delightful solution, a whim of classic British gardening and Bible gardening to infuse your land. Roman chamomile is an Anthemis species related to […]

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The Lord Heals: Planting Chamomile

Roman chamomile for a Pot of Bible

“Plant a Pot of Bible” is a series of devotions that go along with planting some of the herbs, spices, and edibles scattered across the pages of the Bible in our own garden pot. By the end of the series, we hope for a deeper understanding of who God is and what He has done…along […]

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