The first freeze wipes out many herbs. Here’s how to save the best of the bunch and preserve them for the months ahead.
Even if you have a very shady space, you can still grow lots of herbs with medicinal benefits. There are many herbs that grow well in shade.
Yarrow is one of the oldest medicinal herbs, dating back thousands of years and used for various ailments. Here’s how to use it.
Witch hazel has a long and storied history as a remedy for skin afflictions and much more. Here’s how to grow and use it.
Harvesting herbs shouldn’t be done whenever you feel like it. There are right and wrong times to harvest herbs for maximum potency.
Although ginger has been around for centuries, there is a new upswing of interest. The medicinal qualities alone is enough reason to start growing it.
If you’ve got a sunny window, you’ve got the makings of a kitchen herb garden. I just love having fresh herbs at my fingertips all year long. Fresh herbs can enhance ordinary culinary dishes, add extra nutrition to your meals, and add fragrance and beauty to your home. Growing herbs is both easy and affordable. […]
You might be surprised at all the foods that you can grow in your home or on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow in buckets. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bucketgardening #containergardening #buckets #gardeningtips
While most plants thrive in the spring and fall, warm-weather plants love the heat and sun of the summer. Here are some heat-tolerant plants to consider. #homesteadsurvivalsite #herbgardening #vegetablegardening #summergarden #gardeningtips
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