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Ground Ivy

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Southern Forager: Wild Garlic Chives and Ground Ivy Drop Biscuits

Wild Garlic Chives and Ground Ivy Drop Biscuits


Ground Ivy icecream with candied flowers, crushed pistachios and vanilla tuille

Pumpkin tortellini hogweed and g. ivy

Green Man Ramblings: Ground Ivy

Green Man Ramblings: Ground Ivy


Glechoma hederacea

Meet Creeping Charlie

Ground Ivy: The Wild Herb Rub.

Ground Ivy (Glecoma hederacea) aka Gil-over-the-Ground and Creeping Charlie - strong member of the mint family that has been used for tea and for brewing beer, has medicinal uses as well - First Ways

Avens & Ground Ivy: Spring Tea Herbs | First Ways

Ground Ivy - Make as a tincture

  • Melinda Horton
    Melinda Horton

    Just had this in tea, from the yard! Very.. um.. earthy :)

  • Wildcraft Vita
    Wildcraft Vita

    LOL, yes I'd prefer a cup of Earl Grey any day! But Gill tea is supposed to work wonders.....

  • Melinda Horton
    Melinda Horton

    I have heard! You are right though, Earl Grey is the way to go. :)

Linden from Savvy Teas & Herbs Linden flowers have been used for centuries, and at one time were also called "Nectar of the Kings." These flowers are great to use for many things such as: -Best known for its fever reducing abilities. It is also often times called fever tea. It induces perspiration, which in turn, reduces fever. -Great for using to treat coughs, colds, and runny noses. The aromatic properties in Linden Flowers can help to relieve sinus troubles. The flowers also ha...

ground ivy

foraging ground ivy

Ground Ivy - Edible, medicinal and beautiful.