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Quit Snivelin' Tea Garnis

The luck of the irish and the prudence of the's a tea herb that you can display and use to make your own fresh brew. It makes great sun tea is tagged with the celtic meaning of the herb displayed!

In the "olden days", herbs were a big part of everyday life. Before culinary use was popular, herbs were used to ward off evil humors or spirits and to keep insects away. Strewing is a term used to describe what they did with these special plants. From floor to ceiling, fresh or dried plants adorned small cottages as well as huge castle estates.
Your set of Victorian Tea Garnis will include 3 of these herbs known to be good in the Quit Snivelin' category:

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