Hope you'll join me on my journey , as I go back to the land and try to live a more self ~ sufficient lifestyle.
I'm a SAHN ( Stay at Home Nana ), helping my 2 daughters with childcare.
I have 4 Grandkids , 3 boys and 1 girl , they bring so much joy to my life.
I enjoy art , blogging , cooking , creating , gardening , herbs , hiking , and learning something new each day ......
Here on our little farmette , we have 2 cats (Buddy)and (Mojo) , 1 dog (Shadow) , 4 Guinea Fowl and 8 Keets , 6 hens and 2 roosters.
I'm in the process of trying to live a simple , creative , green life and leave a better world for my children and grandchildren.
I always harvest my clover when it's bloom is fully open and the blossom is pinkish/purple in color. From everything I've read and studied about red clover , that's when you harvest. The blooms are probably lacking in minerals or medicinal properties if they have already dried out. You have know way of knowing how long they've been dried out. But I wonder why it's called red clover , it's not red at all.
Here's a good read on harvesting and drying your clover