Uses for Dried LavenderThis is a page about uses for dried lavender. Lavender's lovely scent makes it a sought after perennial flower that, in its dry state, can be used in many ways.
Uses for LavenderThis is a page about uses for lavender. Lavender is a delightful garden perennial with a lovely smell, that has a number of uses.
Preventing Basil From FloweringThis is a page about preventing basil from flowering. Once your basil begins to bloom it will stop producing all of those tasty leaves.
Transplanting and Harvesting Mint?I started a container mint herb garden and I would like to know if I can transfer it into my regular garden and if so, when? I also need to know when is the best time to harvest it and how. Can you freeze it or do you dry it?
Is Cat Mint the same as Catnip?Is Cat Mint the same as Catnip? I got some "cat mint" from a swap last year. Is this the same as cat nip? It certainly looks like it's in the mint family.
Growing MintThis is a page about growing mint. Mint is an easy, very aromatic, perennial for growing in the garden; watch out for its amazing ability to spread.
Growing HorseradishThis is a page about growing horseradish. Horseradish is one of those foods you either love or hate. If you are among those would crave this spicy condiment you might consider growing your own in the garden.
Growing and Harvesting SteviaThis page is about growing and harvesting stevia. This natural sweetener can be grown in many gardens.
How to Grow Your Own GingerYou can grow your own ginger from a root purchased at the market. Not only will you be able to enjoy the blooms, the new roots can be used for cooking or medicinally. This is a page about how to grow your own ginger.
Growing LovageEvery portion of the lovage plant, except the flowers, is used in medicinal, cosmetic, and culinary ways. Lovage, which resembles an overgrown celery plant can reach a height of 5 or 6 feet and grows equally well in sun or shade in moist, fertile, and well drained soil. This is a page about growing lovage.
Harvesting SpearmintThis is a page about harvesting spearmint. Harvest mint prior to flowering, by either removing leaves or preferably by cutting the stem with pruning shears or a sharp knife about one inch above the ground.
Growing HyssopHyssop is a low growing evergreen shrub with a strong slightly musky odor and stalks of white, pink, or lavender flowers. It is grown as a low hedge, but also has medicinal and culinary uses. This is a page about growing hyssop.
Growing CayenneCayenne is a type of hot pepper grown for its culinary uses and medicinal properties. This is a page about growing cayenne.
Growing FeverfewIn addition to its cute little daisy like flowers, feverfew possesses a number of medicinal properties. Try this easy to grow perennial in your garden. This is a page about growing feverfew.
Growing Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus)This herb grows best in shallow water. It has both medicinal and culinary uses. This is a page about growing sweet flag (Acorus calamus).
How to Care for a Rosemary TreePerhaps you have seen the herb, rosemary, grown as a small plant trimmed into a tree shape for the holidays. With proper care this holiday decoration can be planted outside or kept indoors.
Growing Sweet BayBay is a tender perennial shrub know for its culinary use, as well as, for the ability to train and shape it into a lovely garden plant with some careful pruning. This is a page about growing sweet bay.
Growing a Perennial Herb GardenMany commonly used herbs are grown as perennials. These plants provide herbs for cooking, flowers, and fragrance for potpourri and other crafts. This is a page about growing a perennial herb garden.
Growing TarragonFrench tarragon is the preferred variety with its distinctive licorice flavor. There are other varieties available. Because tarragon does not retain its flavor if dried, it can be frozen in ice cubes, it is nice to have your own plants. This is a page about growing tarragon.
Harvesting LavenderThis is a page about harvesting lavender. Choosing just the right time to harvest your lavender blooms helps ensure the best fragrance.
Growing Summer SavoryThis is a page about growing summer savory. Native to the Mediterranean, this hardy annual is grown widely for its strong, spicy flavor.
Growing Lemon BalmThis is a page about growing lemon balm. A delightful, fragrant culinary and medicinal herb that is an easy perennial to grow in the garden.
Caring for Lavender in the Winter?This is a page about caring for lavender in the winter. Depending on where you live, you may need to to give this perennial some special care when the weather gets cold.
Growing BorageThis is a page about growing borage. Borage is a lovely annual herb with vivid blue flowers and leaves that have a faint cucumber taste. Both the flowers and leaves are edible.
Growing SageThis page is about growing sage. This aromatic shrub comes in many different varieties and is an important addition to a culinary herb garden.
Growing SpearmintThis is a page about growing spearmint. Spearmint like other mint plants, is an easy to grow, spreading herb that can actually become invasive if not controlled. Its many culinary and medical uses make it a popular garden plant.
Uses for SpearmintThis is a page about uses for spearmint. Spearmint has many culinary, herbal remedy, and other surprising uses.
Planting an Aero Herb Garden Kit?This is a page about planting an Aero herb garden kit. The Aero herb garden kit allows you to grow fresh herbs indoors year-round.
Growing MarjoramThis is a page about growing marjoram. Grown as either an annual or tender perennial, marjoram has medicinal as well as culinary uses.
Growing Lady's MantleThis is a page about growing lady's mantle. This old fashioned perennial herb is a great addition to your share garden as a border or backdrop planting.
Companion Planting for Herbs?This page is about companion planting for herbs. To help your plants grow well you want to make sure that the plants next to them are compatible.
Growing ChamomileThis is a page about growing chamomile. These easy to grow pretty little daisy like flowers have many uses, including medicinal, culinary, and crafts.
Uses for ChamomileThis is a page about using chamomile. Chamomile is a versatile herb that can be used to treat minor aliments, as a soothing tea, and in homemade beauty products.
Growing Lemon VerbenaThis is a page about growing lemon verbena. These tender perennials, from South America, are grown for their aromatic leaves that have some traditional medicinal uses.
Growing OreganoThis is a page about growing oregano. Oregano is a hardy perennial that will winter over in most gardens. It is also a commonly used herb, especially in Italian recipes.
Growing LemongrassThis is a guide about growing lemongrass. Lemongrass has been used for years as a seasoning and for medicinal purposes. It is also easy to grow, so you can have a ready supply of fresh lemon grass.
Growing DillThis is a page about growing dill. Dill is an attractive and easy to grow herb for your home garden.
Growing Pot Marigold (Calendula)This is a page about growing pot marigold. These brightly colored, edible flowers are a good addition to your herb garden.
Growing HerbsThis is a page about growing herbs. Herbs are best when fresh. Growing your own ensures the ideal level of freshness and also allows for drying some for later use.
Growing RosemaryThis page is about growing rosemary. This attractive herb has many culinary and medicinal uses.
Canning Jar Herb GardenThis is a page about growing herbs in canning jars. A canning jar herb garden is a decorative way grow herbs in your kitchen.
Growing ThymeThis page is about growing thyme. A wonderful addition to any herb garden is a variety of thyme.
Emerging ChivesI caught the flower heads of this chive plant just as they were opening. Usually I see them closed tight or open and full, but rarely catch them at this point.
Using Home Grown HerbsThis is a page about using home grown herbs. Growing fresh herbs is fun, fragrant, and easy to do; now as to using them.
Growing Herbs IndoorsThis is a page about growing herbs indoors. If you have a nice sunny location you can grow your herbs indoors.
Growing BasilThis is a page about growing basil. Growing your own herbs guarantees a fresh supply for your cooking needs.
Growing AgrimonyThis is a page about growing agrimony. This short lived perennial herb with its light apricot scent makes a nice addition to your garden.
Growing FennelThis is a page about growing fennel. Fennel is a long time popular perennial herb, with a licorice flavor.
Overwintering Herbs?I have chives, basil, rosemary, dill, parsley, and thyme growing in window boxes. How do I overwinter them?
When Do I Plant Herbs and Spices?What is the best time of year to plant herbs and spices?
How Do I Grow Cilantro?How do I care for and grow the herb, cilantro?
I Dumped Cleaning Water Where I Plan to Plant Herbs?I dumped a bucket of dirty cleaning solution and water in my unused flowerbed (I moved in recently). Well I am planning on planting catnip and lavender, so now I'm worried that nothing will grow, but if it does it will be all chemically. Any solutions?
Why Did My Basil Plant Die?A friend gave me a basil plant and I don't have much experience with plants or having a garden. Well, the plant has died on me. I watered it about 2 times a week and placed in window sill to get sunshine, but it still died.
Keeping Grasshoppers from Eating My Plants?How can I keep grasshoppers from eating my basil and other plants?
Does Catnip Spread by Rhizomes?I was just wondering if catnip "Nepeta cataria" spreads by rhizomes? I have been told that it only spreads by seed so I would like to find out if this is true. Of course I'm talking about catnip and not catmint.
Why Do My Fresh Herbs Taste Bitter?I have never planted herbs before, but went to the nursery and chose 4 for a patio pot. I have chives, lavender, parsley, and rosemary. I pinched them and tasted and they were terribly bitter! So I clipped the old foliage and the new that is growing back is bitter, also.
Is My Basil Getting Too Much Water?My basil plants are not a deep green, are they getting too much rain?
My Lavender is Not Leafing Out?We planted a lavender plant last year. It did well. This spring we cut it back. It looks dried out, brown, and twiggy. No sign of green at all. Does it start to green in late May or later? Should it be greening by now?
Basil Stalks Turning Brown?My basil's stalks are turning brown, is this normal?
Ideas for Surplus Herbs?This year my herb garden is doing well. I have a nice amount of peppermint and oregano. I have dried some for tea and cooking spice. However I don't want to let the rest go to waste. Any ideas for dried peppermint recipes, and holiday gifts?
Herbs and Flowers That Grow Well in Shade?What herbs and flowers do well in shade?
Growing Herbs in Vermiculite?I just recently planted a packet of mint seeds from Williamsburg, Virginia that I picked up there three or four years ago. I put a bunch of Vermiculite in a pot (with rocks in the bottom) and began to water it.
How do you grow mint in a pot?How do you grow mint in a pot?
Caring For and Planting Lobelia?I need advice on herb/plant called lobelia. It has small green and burgandy leaves and tiny, brilliant blue blossoms. Any advice on caring for and planting lobelia?
Repot Herbs to Bring InsideI always pot some of my herbs to bring in during the cold weather, then you have fresh herbs all year long!
Growing BasilBasil is one of the most popular herbs in the home garden. Known for its strong, peppery flavor (with hints of licorice), and its striking ornamental foliage. Basil is as versatile in the landscape as it is in the kitchen.
Herb TerrariYUM!I wanted to make a terrarium from an old fish bowl but couldn't find inexpensive, small leafed plants. I realized that my herbs growing outside would not only look great but I could keep and use them all winter if I planted them in the bowl.
Canning Jar Herb GardenA cute way to have a small herb garden in your kitchen or just outside your front door.
Grow Your Own GingerNow that everyone's battling colds and flus, I'm reminded that growing your own ginger is super easy and, of course, great for your budget. When you're at the store, choose a ginger root that looks like it has eyes growing from it (much like potato eyes), or take it home and wait for the eyes to grow themselves.
How to Grow ChivesIf you only have room to grow one type of herb in your garden, then consider growing chives. This common perennial herb is easy to grow and definitely earns its keep.
Trellising English Mallow?Can the English mallow adhere itself to a trellis?
Planting Lavender?When is the best time to start planting lavender in south Texas?
Growing Dill?Would it be fine growing with asparagus?
Growing Coriander Inside?How do I grow coriander in the house?
Growing Lemon Grass?What is the best way to grow lemon grass in Malta? I bought a very small plant some time ago from Dubai and after six months I decided to plant it in the soil. It improved quite a bit, but I am expecting new shoots by now. Also is it advisable to fertilize?
Growing Herbs Together in One Container?If you grow a variety of herbs in one pot together, will it affect the taste of certian herbs?