Monday’s Homestead Barn Hop #77
Good Monday morning to ya! Thanks for joining the Barn Hop ladies, Amy from Homestead Revival, Jill from The Prairie Homestead, and myself, for another weekly round-up of linky love.
Last week, Jacqueline, who blogs at Deep Roots at Home, shared how she uses her elderberries to make Elderberry Cough Syrup, and an Elderberry Tincture for treating her family’s colds.
I was so excited when I saw this post! We planted Elderberry bushes here two springs ago, and this was the first year it produced. However, the first fruits were so slim, I didn’t have enough to do anything with. Reading Jacqueline’s post got me so excited for next year’s harvest. I really hope we get a lot more berries next time around!
Thanks for sharing these awesome tips with us, Jacqueline!!
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