Once a year I get the pleasure of looking out my master bedroom doors to my cherry blossom tree.
Not only is it the largest tree on the block but it’s the earliest blooming cherry blossom tree (since my back patio is surrounded by concrete it’s abnormally warm for the area).
I love this tree so much. Not only does it create shade & greenery to my Urban landscape but it gifts me with beautiful pink flowers every year.
This year I did something I always wanted to do: I made a preservative with the cherry blossoms. I went out back & gathered as many cherry blossoms from standing height as possible…& I was pretty proud of myself too! It took all evening!
When I asked my herbalism group what I should do with the cherry blossoms the overwhelming majority said I should make a cherry blossom hydrosol…
Dear Readers…ok, I know you’re all really just friends & family at the moment,
I have set up The Kitchen Coven on a new blog host. Google had somehow tagged me as “inappropriate” and therefore were not spidering my posts. This meant that unless someone knew exactly what to write in a search bar, they were not being directed to my website. Because of this, I have decided to set up The Kitchen Coven with WordPress.org though DreamHost.com. I was able to successfully transfer all my old blogs, future scheduled blogs, and comments to the new host. This also means that I now own the domain name The Kitchen Coven (YAY) and it is an official “website” www.thekitchencoven.com (YAY)!
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