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Italian Sausage Seasoning - Tuscan Style


Italian Sausage Seasoning - Tuscan Style

 


Home Farm Herbery Italian Sausage Seasoning - Tuscan Style will be one of the most exquisite sausage seasonings you will ever use.  It is chemical-free, organic and really tasty. Why buy chemically induced sausage when you can make your own chemical-free sausage with our seasoning and easy recipe.

 

Each package is plenty for making 5 pounds of the most delicious Tuscan Style Italian Sausage.  This is also great for adding to meatballs etc. You can make it into links or patties by just adding 4 pounds coarse ground pork shoulder, 1 pound coarse ground pork back fat and ½ cup of ice water.

 

Ingredients:  salt, sugar, black pepper, garlic powder, mace, coriander and cayenne pepper

 

1.5 oz resealable package $6.95 Buy today and get free shipping plus a free, complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice. 

 

Buy 3 pkgs and get the 4th one free and get free shipping plus a free, complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice.  Our best deal yet!

 

Buy now and we thank you for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

 
May the Creative Force be with you even in the Kitchen!
 
Arlene Wright-Correll

 
 
 

How to grow bee balm with Home Farm Herbery Bee Balm Heirloom Seeds


Bee Balm Heirloom Seeds - Wild Bergamot Seed

 

Bee balm, also called monarda, is a flowering herb with a long history as a medicinal and

plant. American colonists used it to make tea, and Native Americans used it to treat colds and sore throats. It has a pleasing scent that is used to make potpourri and sachets. The flowers are edible and sometimes added to summer salads. 


Famous for its beauty and its fragrance, Bee Balm, also know as Wild Bergamot, is an old flower garden favorite. At Home Farm Herbery Bee Balm is one of the best attractors of beneficial butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees.  All in all, Bee Balm is a “must” for any garden.

 

Approx. 100 Seed Pkt. $9.79 with free shipping and each order comes with a free complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice so buy yours today. Plus all our seeds come with special planting instruction sheets and other free goodies we can think of. So Buy today and you will be glad you did.

 

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

 

 
Once you have received your bee balm seeds here are the instructions.
 
How to Grow Bee Balm
 
  1. Choose a spot to grow bee balm that is in full sun to part shade. The soil should be moist and rich, and if possible, in the lower neutral range of the pH scale, approximately 6.5.
  2. Prepare the planting site. Spread a one-inch layer of compost on the surface of the soil. Turn over the soil using a garden spade and dig to the depth of the spade. Rake the surface of the soil smooth when finished digging.
  3. Sow seeds by scattering or broadcasting them on the surface of the soil. Cover the seeds with a 1/8- to 1/4-inch layer of vermiculite. Firm the surface of the soil gently with your hand.
  4. Water the seedbed with a fine mist using a hose-end sprayer. Monitor the seedbed daily and mist as needed to keep the seedbed moist until the bee balm seeds germinate in about seven to 14 days. Thereafter, water with the equivalent of one inch of rainfall per week.
  5. Thin the seedlings when they are two to three inches high so that they stand eight to 12 inches apart.
  6. Mulch the seedbed with a two-inch layer of buckwheat hulls or shredded bark.
  7. Fertilize the bee balm by putting down a ½- to one-inch layer of compost in the Pull back the mulch and spread compost around the base of the plant. Replace the mulch.
  8. Cut the dried foliage down in late fall after it is killed by frost and apply a protective winter mulch of hay or straw eight to 12 inches deep.

We only have a few packets of these rare Morning Glory Seeds - "Flying Saucers" available so buy now


Morning Glory Seeds - "Flying Saucers" Ipomea purpurea

 

At Home Farm Herbery we enjoy this untreated rare Flying Saucer variety of Morning Glory seeds which provide fast growing vines to 15 ft. with huge 5" blooms of pure white brushed with lavender-lilac to blue in a pinwheel pattern. Lush, tropical-like foliage provide a nice variety to the usual "Heavenly Blues" that most morning glory fans are familiar with. Years ago I brought some seeds home from Oaxaca, Oaxaca and each year we save some to share with others.

 

Generations of Aztecs and natives in Mexico (Oaxaca region) reportedly believe that a deity lives within the seeds and they may not only have held Morning Glory quite sacred as a result, there's evidence that they may have used them ritualistically as well.

 

Today, the "Flying Saucers" variety is the rarest Morning Glory variety, and they are grown as a climbing vine with beautiful flowers. Seeds are organically grown and harvested. A great addition to any Garden; these seeds can even be planted in cold climates as they will over-winter and grow a entirely new crop year after year.

 

If you can only afford to treat yourself to one great seed then this is the one.

 

THESE UNTREATED SEEDS ARE NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.

 

Approx. 25 heirloom seeds per pkt $6.99 with free shipping and each order comes with a free complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice so buy yours today. Plus all our seeds come with special planting instruction sheets and other free goodies we can think of.

 

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

 

 
 
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