About Carolee

After 40 years as a professional herb and lavender grower, I now garden just for fun in my brand new potager, located in Zone 5, central Indiana.  Of course, I must have flowers as well, so there are gardens around my home, as well as a new berry patch.  When I’m not in the gardens, I’m writing “herbal fiction,” experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, preserving my harvest, or traveling to visit great gardens and gardening events.  Visit my website at www.caroleesherbfarm.com for hundreds of photos of my former gardens, the lavender field, recipes, monthly newsletter, and lots more.  Information on my four “herbal fiction” novels, “Herbal Beginnings,” “Herbal Choices,” “Herbal Passions,” and “Herbal Blessings,” appears there, as well as an on-line shop.  The books can also be found at Amazon.  They are a delicious blend of romance, mystery, gardening tips, and herbal lore.



6 Responses to About Carolee

  1. Mary Ann Scher says:

    Enjoyed visiting with you this weekend at your sale. Thank you for so many wonderful items to add to my supplies. Especially love the ” Herbs” fence. Enjoy your trip to visit with your children!


    • carolee says:

      And thank you for the journal. I will use it to record all the happenings on our trip. So glad to see some of my much-loved things go to special people. Herbal blessings.


  2. Karen B says:

    Gosh! What a wealth of experience you must have Carolee! I so wish I could pop round and meet you. I LOVE herbs and Lavender AND I have a potager. We do seem to have a few things in common and I can’t wait to see what you create next! This is going to be fun!

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  3. Lou Miller says:

    Good morning! I LOVE the blog about your new gardens. I know it is a big change for you but I know, too, that you have more time to really enjoy what you do. I am re-reading your series of books now for the third time and enjoying it just as much as the first time. I have a small perennial/herb garden and it gives me so much pleasure. Watching things grow is a true blessing. Have a great day and may the weather realize it IS truly spring! Lou Miller

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    • carolee says:

      So glad you are reading the blog, and re-reading my books!I am savoring every daffodil this season. Sure seems odd not to frantically prepare for Opening Day though. And, I will miss hosting Fairy Days. Herbal blessings, Carolee


  4. sicelidas says:

    glad to be reminded about pruning berries, also advised how to know which ones to cut (lucky that deer outside our fence). Inside voles have done damage, undermined even thyme & little maple.


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