Growing BasilThis is a page about growing basil. Basil is a wonderful herb to took with and easy to grow.
Growing CarawayThis page is about growing caraway. A hardy biennial that is generally known for its culinary uses.
Growing GoldenrodThis is a page about growing goldenrod. This hardy perennial can be grown by division or seed and is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Growing ParsleyThis page is about growing parsley. A wonderful, useful biennial herb that is easy to grow in your garden.
Herbs That Grow Well Together?This page is about herbs that grow well together. Finding good herb companions to plant together, can give you a bountiful crop.
Growing ChervilThis page is about growing chervil. An herb that closely resembles Italian parsley, but it tastes somewhat like licorice.
Growing YarrowThis page is about growing yarrow. A common roadside plant found throughout North America, this flower is valued for its medicinal properties and for use in cosmetics.
Growing ChivesThis page is about growing chives. Chives are simple to grow and come back year after year.
Growing GingerStart ginger from 1 to 1 1/2 inch long rhizomes (roots) that contain at least one eye. If you're using ginger roots from the grocery store or specialty store, look for firm, smooth roots with plenty of "eyes."
Growing: Sweet CicelyOne of the first plants to arrive with spring growth, and the last to leave in the fall, Sweet Cicely is a wonderful addition to any flower garden.
Growing: RueGarden Rue is primarily grown as a garden ornamental. One advantage to Rue is it's usually successful where other plants fail to grow.