Elderberries are a great option for fall and winter wellness. They are easy to grow at home and fun to harvest and process into your own homemade medicine. We like to make elderberry juice when then berries first ripen in August or September, then we make elderberry syrup to store in the fridge for the upcoming winter and we also freeze more berries to use for teas we make as needed. You can also purchase dried elderberries for any of the recipes.
About Our Family
Our family strives to implement permaculture principles in all areas of our farm and lifestyle. Working with Creation and the wisdom of God’s design, our gardens, fields and forests can have all that an annual garden offers but so much more. Stewarding the land for God's glory gives us hope and freedom for the present and eternity.
Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me. -John 15:4
We Love Thyme
We love thyme. With seemingly endless varieties of this aromatic, delicious, medicinal, flowering evergreen ground cover we thought it was a perfect namesake for our farm. We especially loved creating a play on words that reflects hope, regeneration and abundance.
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