Category Archive: Herbs

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Jan 24

How to Grow Green Onions Indefinitely

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I have seen a lot of articles that tell how you can regrow veggies from the ones you buy at the store. I even tried to regrow celery once, while it grew lots of leaves it never really made a stalk, I think it was too much shade. almost every one I have seen you …

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Jan 20

Pallet Herb Garden Idea

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I so want an herb garden like this. It doesn’t need to be in the garden, you can place it on a balcony, patio,driveway or pretty much where ever you want it. Made from pallet and the herb names are such a cute addition. There are no instructions but it looks pretty self explanatory. The …

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Jan 10

Herb Garden Stand DIY Project

Gingersnap Crafts shares this fabulous vertical planter that would be great for growing herbs, flowers, lettuce and strawberries. This is a step by step picture tutorial of how you can create this simple project with beginning skill level. This can be used in a small space like an apartment balcony (homesteading anywhere!) or a spacious …

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Dec 25

The Basics of Herbs & How to Use Them

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The most important thing to remember is that they be fresh and pesticide free. Most dried herbs and spices lose their potency after six months on the shelf. It’s wiser to dehydrate your own fresh herbs grown in your own garden if possible. List of Cooking Herbs : Dill : Has feathery fern-like leaves. Best …

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Nov 29

Grow Theses Plants To Help Save Bees !

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You can grow these plants to help save these important pollinators. Herbs: Lavender, Catmint, Sage, Cilantro, Thyme, Fennel, Borage, Rosemary, Comfrey, Hyssop, Thyme Marjoram, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Angelica, Wild Bergamot, Woundworts, Betony, Myrtle Perennials: Crocus, Buttercup, Aster, Hollyhocks, Anemone, Snowdrops, Geranium Annuals: Calendula, Sweet Asylum, Poppy, Sunflower, Zinnia, Clemone, Heliotrope Wildflowers: Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Bramble, …

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Nov 04

How to Quickly Detaching Leaves from an Herb Stem

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Prudent Living website shares a simple but quite impressive method of quickly detaching leaves from an herb stem. Anyone you has grown an herb garden and spent hours plucking leaves a large harvest will love this tip.  I grew a large amount of a varieties of herbs for different herbal tea combinations….oh, I wish I …

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Sep 02

Herb Garden: Grow Herbs in Your Sunny Windowsill Project

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Dimples And Pigtales website shares how to grow a mason jar herb garden in your sunny south facing windowsills so you can have fresh herbs every season of the year. Did you know that growing an indoor herb garden provides pleasing aroma ? They are inexpensive, helps to reduce stress and can be quite beautiful …

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