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The holiday season is here! With its shopping, decorating, parties and celebrations, it also comes with stress and pressures. What better time to take a moment and relax over a steaming hot cuppa. Everyone here at Notting Hall wishes you and your family all the joys and glories of the season with peace and love in the New Year.
Happy sipping, Maureen
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When Hurricane Katrina destroyed his timber stand in 2005, Lincoln County landowner Jason McDonald searched for an alternative crop.

In May 2012, he visited the Charleston Tea Plantation in South Carolina and began to consider growing the crop himself.

“I wanted something that was sustainable and better at resisting storm damage,” McDonald said. “As long as tea plants are managed well, they are low-growing, which makes them able to survive high winds.”

After five months of in-depth research, he and his business partner, Timothy Gipson, decided they would give tea a shot. For expert help in the venture, they went to their Mississippi State University Extension Service office.

- See more at: http://agfax.com/2013/10/17/mississippi-tree-farmer-starts-states-first-ever-tea-farm/#sthash.wu8EDTIz.dpuf

There is something for all the tea lovers on your gift list. Sit back, relax and do a little shopping!

When Hurricane Katrina destroyed his timber stand in 2005, Lincoln County landowner Jason McDonald searched for an alternative crop.

In May 2012, he visited the Charleston Tea Plantation in South Carolina and began to consider growing the crop himself.

“I wanted something that was sustainable and better at resisting storm damage,” McDonald said. “As long as tea plants are managed well, they are low-growing, which makes them able to survive high winds.”

After five months of in-depth research, he and his business partner, Timothy Gipson, decided they would give tea a shot. For expert help in the venture, they went to their Mississippi State University Extension Service office.

- See more at: http://agfax.com/2013/10/17/mississippi-tree-farmer-starts-states-first-ever-tea-farm/#sthash.wu8EDTIz.dpuf

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