Herb Gardening

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potted herbs with scissors on a table
How to Grow Herbs Indoors

Raise a fresh, convenient cooking garden in your kitchen.

mustard blossom and seeds
How to Grow and Harvest Mustard from Seed to Sauce

This lovely plant grows one of the healthiest condiments.

A row of potted herbs in front of a window.
Grow an Indoor Herb Garden

Here are 5 of the easiest and most commonly used herbs to grow indoors.

Close Up Fresh Dill
How to Harvest Dill Weed

Harvest the dill weed from your garden in three easy steps.

Herb Gardening in the Shade

Shade tolerant herbs are perfect for the garden with limited sunlight.

Various fresh herbs hanging up to dry.
Growing and Storing Herbs in Winter

Get the flavor of your garden all year long.

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Borage

Borage, long known for its medicinal uses and culinary capabilities, is an herb rich in history.

Harvesting rosemary.
Rosemary, Herb of Love

Use it for a hot soak in the tub, or in your favorite soup.

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How to Grow Dill Hydroponically

You can grow most any plant hydroponically, including dill. Dill is among the herb family.

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How to Identify the Herbs in Your Garden

Identifying herbs growing in your garden by familiarizing yourself with their characteristics.

Planting rosemary in the soil with bare hands.
When to Plant and Harvest Rosemary Plants

Plant and harvest an ever ready supply of herbs.

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Dill Transplanting Tips

Dill has been one of the most popular culinary herbs for centuries.

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Different Varieties of Dill Explained

For many centuries, Dill has been one of the most popular culinary herbs.

Bundles of white sage
Planting and Harvesting White Sage

White sage is a desert plant found in Southern California.

parsley
How to Grow Parsley Hydroponically

Follow these steps to grow hydroponic parsley.

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Mistakes to Avoid when Growing Sage

Sage (Salvia officinalis) also known as Common Sage, Culinary Sage and Garden Sage is a perennial.

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Dill Propagation Methods

Dill, a very popular spice in kitchens in many households, is synonymous with pickles.

Wild thyme in a rock garden.
Thyme, the Herb of Courage

Good for your eggs, your feet, and your garden.

dandelion salad with cucumbers
5 Surprising Uses for Dandelions

These valuable herbs are commonly mistaken for weeds.

Sage plant
How to Harvest and Store Sage

Sage is easy to grow and rewarding to harvest.

lemon balm and a jar of essential oil
How to Plant and Grow Lemon Balm

As a variety of mint, it's prolific and flavorful.

leaves of lemon balm
How to Harvest and Store Lemon Balm

Lemon balm grows like mint, but has different uses.

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Different Rosemary Varieties

Decide what kind of rosemary you want for your garden.

freshly harvested dill weed
3 Tips for Storing Fresh Dill

How to keep your fresh dill lasting and flavorful

A close-up picture of a sprig of fresh parsley.
Parsley Pruning Tips

Pruning always goes far in improving the productivity and beauty of your parsley plants. Check out these tips to make the job easy.

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Drying and Storing Parsley

Parsley is widely used as a spice and garnish. Fresh parsley is the most flavorful, but you can only

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Tips for Transplanting Parsley

Parsley is an herb that is used on many different dishes. This slow growing plant loves the sun and is

Purple sage.
Purple Sage: Planting and Care Instructions

How you can plant purple sage, an evergreen shrub that makes beautiful flowers throughout the year.

A sage plant.
Sage, Herb of Immortality

Sage is a staple in most kitchens.

Dill, the Pickling Herb
Dill, the Pickling Spice

Dill is an important addition to any vegetable garden.

Fresh rosemary in the herb garden.
Identifying Diseases that Harm Rosemary Plants

Spot and combat these 4 diseases.

Parsley on a cutting board.
Parsley 101

Parsley was revered by ancient Greeks.

a bundle of savory
Savory, the Herb of Love

Savory has been used in cooking and as a medicinal herb for more than 2,000 years.

A garden with a small, yellow sign reading "sage".
6 Different Types of Sage

Although you made have heard of using sage in the kitchen, there are many other types to grow in your garden for other reasons.

Creating An Herb Garden For Medicinal Purposes

Creating your own herb garden can be a fun and family-oriented hobby that lasts for years.

A bright green sprig of mint.
All About Mint

Mint is the herb of hospitality.

Fresh and dried sage leaves lay on a cutting board.
How to Dry Sage Leaves

Aromatic sage actually becomes more flavorful after drying. Follow these tips for drying your own.

A healthy green mint plant growing in a small planter.
Mint Garden

Cultivate, control, and harvest this fragrant and delicious herb.

A woman extracts essential oil from a flower.
Gardening with Healing Plants

Gardens are bountiful in many ways, but a healing garden is a cultivation of healthful resources, a harvest

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All About Fennel

Fennel is a culinary herb that has been used throughout history in fish and meat dishes. The addition

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Lemon Balm, Herb of Success

The fragrance of lemon balm has enticed people for at least 2,000 years. The smell of lemon with a trace

Caprese salad: mozzarella, tomatoes and basil.
The Beauty of Basil

Plant it, grow it, decorate with it, eat it.

Lemon Verbena, a Lovely Aromatic
Lemon Verbena, A Lovely Aromatic

Learn how to grow Lemon verbena, the cosmetic and aromatic herb.

Sage and thyme
Making an Herb Garden

Herb gardens add flavor to your kitchen, delight to your garden and even old-fashioned remedies to your medicine chest.