Who we are.

I’m Megan, a Nutritional Herbologist with a background in Speech Pathology who has been working in the natural health industry since 1986 – helping people of all ages and situations. I also write a weekly column as a natural health advisor for the Irish Examiner newspaper based in County Cork, Ireland.

Wildflower Botanicals started as a home-based family business situated in the wonderful red Perth Hills of Western Australia. We relocated to gorgeous green Kaikoura in New Zealand at the end of 2011.

The handmade herbal tea business began in June 2007, selling our range of six organic botanical blends at the City Farm markets in Perth, and we have flourished from there to include a wide range of teas and herbal creations for body, mind and soul – including a wide range of organic and fair trade teas, bath tisanes, natural skincare, organic fair-trade chocolate, and raw organic superfoods.

Our philosophy is to create and share products that we truly love and use ourselves.

16 thoughts on “Who we are.

  1. How lovely to see such wonderful products and a nice easy approach as to how to use them. I too have lots of greens in the garden so will give it a go in the morning with the nettles and greens.

    Best of luck
    Carole

  2. Hi Megan
    Well done! This looks absoulutely fantastic. A fantastic way to share your knowledge with the world. What a wonderful, positive impact you will have.
    Love Nat

  3. Hi Megan,

    Not sure if you remember me, I’m Ben’s girlfriend – just wanted to let you know I attempted your beetroot brownies the other day! They weren’t nearly as perfect as yours but still so amazing 🙂

    Hope you’re having a lovely time back in NZ 🙂
    Carmen

  4. As your number one supporter and fan I think this is great and I really
    enjoy your blogs – your knowledge never ceases to amaze me. So proud of you.
    Mumx

  5. Oh wow! Thanks Lindsay – much appreciated 🙂 Holidays have been great, we have had a near constant stream of visiting friends and family and gorgeous weather. Has been wonderful catching up with everybody and seeing all of the children growing up! How about you?

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