If you have decided you want to create your own kitchen herb garden, you must first decide on what herbs to grow in it. Once you have done that you can start preparing your herb garden plan and start...
After spending just a few dollars for your initial purchase of some herbal seed packages or seedlings, is that it? "Gee," you're wondering, "is this going to take forever for me to have a real herb garden?" And the...
Bee balm is a perennial herb, Monarda didyma, that is native to North America. It's a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae. Bee balm is a plant that grows best in damp habitats, adjacent to rivers and back waters,...
  Rosemary is a lovely evergreen perennial herb with culinary, aromatic, and medicinal uses, and one of the favorites in herb gardening around the world. How much did you know about this magical plant? The name of Rosemary originates from...
You can grow rosemary in a container. These herb plants are ideal for growing in your favorite pots. Because they usually need to be brought indoors for the winter, they are a perfect choice for container gardening. They will...
By growing your own tea herbs you can have almost endless variations of herbal teas. Imagine walking into your herb garden on an early summer morning, gathering a few sprigs of spearmint, a leaf or two of pineapple sage, and...
You have planted your herb garden with all your favorite herbs. They are thriving; you are enjoying the zing and zest they are adding to your meals. You' are also reading all you can about different ways to use them....
Growing organic basil (pronounced bay-zul) is both easy and rewarding. We use it as a fresh herb all summer in various dishes, especially Asian and Italian cuisine. Sweet basil is typically the most common variety you'll find if you're...
Cook up something great - herbs every gourmet needs Why look any farther for fresh flavors than your very own garden? A culinary garden can be the ultimate inspiration for budding cooks and gourmet chefs alike. Like any recipe, start...
Although you may think these herbs were called as such for culinary purposes…you will be surprised by the actual reference to the name. In the middle ages, it was customary for the wealthy English noble to religiously bathe every three...