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10 Fall-Friendly Herbs to Grow

Posted on October 1st, 2012 by admin

Don’t be disheartened this winter season, even if you can’t tend to your garden, you can still do some gardening activities indoor. There are quite a number of greens you can grow inside your house but the best herbs for indoor gardening are the ones that don’t grow all over the place and are perfect [...]

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Starting Your Very Own Urban Herb Garden

Posted on September 1st, 2012 by admin

The urban cityscape has very limited space and with cramped surroundings. As such, growing your very own urban herb garden in this hostile environment may appear difficult. There is, however, no need to worry as this is not impossible with the help of urban herb gardening practices. Herbs, unlike other types of plants, require nothing [...]

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Window Sill Herb Garden

Posted on August 17th, 2012 by admin

To jumpstart your window sill herb garden, you first need to choose the herbs you want to plant. What I suggest is you pick herbs that you usually use for cooking, as this is where you will have the biggest use for them. Some of my favorites are oreganos, mints, chives, and rosemary. After you [...]

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Growing Rosemary

Posted on August 14th, 2012 by admin

In this article, I am going to teach you about growing rosemary in your herb garden. Rosemary, as many of you may already know, is great with many different dishes. It is one of the most common herbs used in many dishes such as rosemary roasted turkey, dried cherries, pecans and rosemary brie en croute, [...]

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All about Parsley

Posted on August 6th, 2012 by admin

This article will tell you everything you need to know about growing parsley. However, before anything else, allow me to give you a little background on parsley and how it can be used in your dishes. Parsley can be usually found on the Mediterranean shores and has been cultivated for nearly 2,000 years. As early [...]

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Getting Started With Herb Gardening

Posted on July 27th, 2012 by admin

Herb gardening may actually be one of the most fulfilling things you can get your hands dirty with. Unfortunately, the task of setting up your own garden may be faced with difficult challenges during the first few stages, especially on the planning stages. Questions like the kind of herb you’ll plant in your garden or [...]

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Growing Herbs in Pots

Posted on June 29th, 2012 by admin

Growing herbs in pots or containers is no more difficult than growing herbs in an outdoor area or garden. Indoor herb gardens however do need similar growing conditions as herbs that are grown in the garden. Sunlight, soil and water are the three main ingredients that all plants need to grow successfully. Whether plants are grown indoors or in a garden, herbs are no exception. Sunlight is vital to growing any type of plant including herbs. Herbs grown in a kitchen or any other room in your home should be placed in a position where they will receive the best kind of sunlight.

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Planning A Herb Garden

Posted on June 19th, 2012 by admin

Herbs are nature’s medicine cabinet. When they ancients uttered the phrase, ‘Let you food be your medicine and your medicine be your food’ they could have been talking about herbs. Herbs do so much. They can heal; add flavor to dishes, and pleasant scents to homes. Herbs can do much more than we realize. The intelligent thing to do is to plant an herb garden of your own.

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Seven Easiest Herbs to Grow in Your Garden

Posted on June 14th, 2012 by admin

Luckily, most herbs grow like “weeds” in even the most average soil. Lots of sun, and plenty of moisture will help your herb garden thrive. Mint, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, oregano and dill are some of the easiest ones to start with. They need little coaxing once planted. If you are starting with plants, instead of seeds, you can arrange them on the dirt (still in their pots) to “eyeball” your arrangement before committing them to the earth.

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Aromatic Herb Gardens

Posted on May 20th, 2012 by admin

Most aromatic herbs are easy to maintain and can help ward away common garden pests. Herbs are also fairly hardy and will flourish even in less than optimal conditions. When planning your aromatic herb garden you should consider what kind of space and lighting you will have available before choosing the plants. They can be planted alongside an existing garden, added to their own space or grown in containers indoors if space is short in supply. It is important to note that some herbs are perennial while others are not.

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