Growing Tea Herbs

Growing Tea Herbs – Leaves to Blend and Brew

By growing your own tea herbs you can have almost endless variations of herbal teas.
Growing Herbs for Profit

Growing Herbs for Profit

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...
Growing Healing Herbs

Consider Growing These Healing Herbs

Many people who are interested in living a healthy lifestyle spend an awful lot of money on herbs but you can grow them yourself and enjoy an entire garden of healing herbs. Many of...
Growing Organic Basil

Growing Organic Basil

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...
Spring Herbs

Spring Herbs – Uses for The First Plants of The Season

As of February 26th, my parents had six feet of snow stacked up on either side of their front walk. The forecast called for snow to continue to fall through March 5th. They are...

5 Cardinal Rules of Culinary Gardens

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...

Simple, Productive Year-Round Indoor Herb Gardens

I live in Montreal, Quebec and have been gardening for well over 20 years. Although we have 4 distinctive seasons in this part of the world, winter is the longest and harshest of the...

Marvelous Mint – Planting, Harvesting, and Usage

Mint or Mentha is much more than a plant grown to brew tea. The aromatic fresh green leaves can be used in the kitchen to spice up a fruit salad, sherbet, and ice cream....
Herb Garden Plants - Top 10 "Must Haves" When Growing Kitchen Herbs

Herb Garden Plants – Top 10 “Must Haves” When Growing Kitchen Herbs

Growing kitchen herbs? Here are your top 10 herb garden plants.

Does Your Cilantro Grow Flowers Too Quickly? Here’s Why

How Does Cilantro Grow Best? Cilantro is actually a relative of the carrot, and like the carrot it has a particularly long root. Transplanting is tricky because of this, so I recommend planting cilantro from...

Starting a Healthy and Productive Windowsill Herb Garden

Gardening is often seen as an outdoors activity that is limited to certain weather conditions. When it comes to herbs, a windowsill facing south or west is an excellent area to grow and harvest...
Windowsill Herb Garden - Six Herbs for Health

Windowsill Herb Garden – Six Herbs for Health

Next time you suffer from a sore throat or a headache you may want to try a few medicinal herbs from your windowsill herb garden.
Herbs for Edible Walls

Herbs for Edible Walls

There are so many herbs you can grow in your own garden, so don't be afraid to try new herbs, or just new varieties of more common herbs.
How to Take Cuttings of Rosemary

How to Take Cuttings of Rosemary

Rosmarinus officianalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody perennial herb with fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves, native to the Mediterranean. Its highly aromatic leaves compliment a wide variety of foods and it can be...

How to Propagate and Grow Mint

Of all the herbs I grow in my garden, mint is probably the most evocative. Its fresh pungent scent reminds me of summer days and mint tea and never fails to lift the spirit....