Tag: culinary herbs
Planting herbs is easy, fun and benefits your cooking as well as your chicken keeping. Here’s a basic guide to help you get started growing herbs outside.
Growing herbs from seed such as basil, thyme & parsley is an inexpensive way get started. Direct sowing into the ground is the simplest method.
There are lots of edible weeds that grow in most parts of the country including plantain, clover, chickweed, and purslane. Dandelion benefits in a weed salad are numerous and healthy
One of my favorite culinary herbs to grow is the creeping, aromatic thyme plant which not only flavors cooking but also helps repel insects in the garden.
Have you ever wondered how to make essential oils from your own plants? With new research into the therapeutic and medicinal benefits of aromatherapy, knowing how to make your own
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