Why Purchase Herbs At The Supermarket?

Title: Word Count: 644 Summary: Herbs are no doubt among the easiest plants to grow in your garden. Many of them are fairly drought tolerant and have a blooming period albeit short. In addition, herbs lend a delicious fragrance to the garden. While most herbs are easily grown in containers which is a major plus, if you have space, consider […]

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Thyme: The Herb of Courage

Title: Word Count: 599 Summary: Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is the featured herb in this article. Especially good in recipes that call for long, slow cooking, thyme is often used in fatty foods to aid in the digestive process. Cultivation requirements, growing indoors and out, uses in the garden and kitchen are included. Keywords: thyme, growing indoors and out, cultivation requirements, […]

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Rose Gardening Tasks Early Spring

Title: Word Count: 635 Summary: When shoud you start preparing your rose garden for the onset of spring and summer? Early spring is a time of great activity in the rose garden as you prepare for the beautiful buds that will be sprouting almost any day. Here’s a summary of what needs to be done in order to prepare your […]

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Planting Bulbs The Right Way

Title: Word Count: 755 Summary: When shopping for bulbs, it is important to look for the firmest, plumpest bulbs you can find. Keywords: flowers, bulbs, garden, gardening, planting Article Body: This article explains a few things about planting bulbs, and if you’re interested, then this is worth reading, because you can never tell what you don’t know. How can you […]

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Parsley: A Cook’s Best Friend

Title: Word Count: 477 Summary: Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) known as curly parsley is featured in this article. Parsley has endless possibilities in the kitchen and growing parsley in container plantings and as an edging plant can enhance the garden. Cultivation requirements, how to grow indoors and out, and uses in the kitchen and garden are described. Keywords: parsley, growing indoors […]

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Mustard: The Greatest Among The Herbs

Title: Word Count: 1072 Summary: Known and used since ancient times, and called the greatest among the herbs in the Bible, mustard and its healing properties are discussed in this article. How to grow it, how to use it, and recipes for using the seed and greens are included. Keywords: mustard, plants, seeds, greens, uses in the kitchen, recipes, growing, […]

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Mint: The Herb of Hospitality

Title: Word Count: 519 Summary: This article examines the herb, Mentha species, commonly called mints and their many uses from flavouring appetizers to desserts. Mint symbolises “hospitality” and can be grown indoors and out. Cultivation requirements, growing indoors and out, and using mint tea for soothing upset stomachs are some of the topics covered. Keywords: mint, growing indoors and out, […]

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Marjoram: The Herb of Happiness

Title: Word Count: 505 Summary: The “herb of happiness,” Origanum majorana, commonly known as sweet marjoram is a good companion for all plants in the garden and entices bees and butterflies for maximum nectar production and pollination. Used in the kitchen for everything from tomato dishes to pizzas, marjoram can be grown both indoors and out. How to grow, cultivation […]

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Growing Rosemary For Herbal Essence

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Rosemary is оnе of thе еаѕіеѕt herbs tо grоw bесаuѕе іt’ѕ ѕо forgiving. And, раrt оf the rеаѕоn whу іѕ bесаuѕе rosemary so easy to propogate and vеrу drоught-tоlеrаnt. Anоthеr nice thіng about rоѕеmаrу is that уоu саn асtuаllу аlѕо grоw this herb in роtѕ. You dоn’t nееd to hаvе a bіg ѕрасе tо actually еnjоу rosemary. Make your own […]

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New Research: Rosemary The Wonder Herb For Health

With years studying Agricultural Science and more studying and practicing clinical nutrition, I love the bringing you well researched and practical information all about food, herbs, and health. Today, it’s all about Rosemary. “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance; pray, love, remember; and there are pansies, that’s for thoughts.  Thіѕ line frоm Hаmlеt shows thаt Shakespeare, thе fаmоuѕ writer, knеw the […]

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How to wash off 95% of chemicals so your Summer Berries are safe to eat.

If you love berries, then summer is your season. Stop, are your strawberries safe to eat? Without careful washing, you’ll be taking in more pesticide and fumigation residues than you bargained for. Strawberry growers use on average 20 chemicals to support growth and poisonous gases to fumigate the soil before planting. The laws about the pesticides used on strawberries are […]

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5 Completely Chemical-Free Ways to Control Weeds

The Internet is full of recipes and tips on how to kill weeds organically. Unfortunately, many of these recommended methods simply do not work, and in some cases, they can cause much more harm than good. All hope is not lost, however. You can still enjoy your organic vegetable garden without it being overrun by unsightly weeds. When it comes […]

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4 Ways to Attract Earthworms to your Garden

4 Ways to Attract Earthworms to your Garden Earthworms are among the most beneficial creatures you can have in your organic vegetable garden. They improve soil health by creating tunnels that allow air and water to penetrate. Plus, they consume decaying matter, bacteria, fungi, and nematodes in the soil, which can cause a host of problems in your garden if […]

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5 Easy Ways to Help Ladybugs in Your Garden

Ladybugs are a big help to organic gardeners because they spend their days eating destructive garden pests, including aphids, whiteflies, cabbage moths, and mites. Thanks to their voracious appetites, ladybugs are considered beneficial insects by gardeners who want to control pest populations without using toxic pesticides. If you need to boost the ladybug population in your garden, here are five […]

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3 Basic Composting Tips for Your Organic Vegetable Garden

Compost is the organic vegetable gardener’s best friend. In fact, it’s hard to imagine a successful growing season without a healthy dose of this amazing, nutrient-rich “black gold” working its magic in your garden beds. The best part is that you don’t need to spend a fortune to buy quality compost for your garden. You can make your own premium […]

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7 Simple Steps to Start Seeds Indoors

Starting organic vegetable seeds indoors is a great way to extend your gardening budget and your growing season. However, starting vegetables from seed can be a bit tricky for many novice gardeners. Fortunately, the seven simple steps outlined below simplifies this process and makes it much more fun and easy. Here are 7 Simple Steps to Start Organic Vegetable Seeds […]

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Benefits For All With Natural Landscaping

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If you were to compare and contrast of natural landscaping to a more planned out, traditional landscape, you would more than likely find that people are more drawn to natural landscaped settings. The appeal of All Year Gardening natural landscaping comes on many levels. Have you ever noticed a popular park in the middle of a big city, only to […]

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3 Best Kitchen Garden Tomato Varieties and How To Grow From A Seed

If you have limited gardening space, using buckets, pots and containers to grow tomatoes is a great alternative. Thanks to their small footprint, pots and other containers offer an ideal and creative way to get your gardening fix no matter where you live. Container gardening offers other advantages to become an All Year Gardening gardener.   Growing a few plants […]

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Add Depth To Your Flavors With This Popular Swedish Herb

The most popular culinary herb in Scandinavia is Fernleaf dill (Anethum graveolens). Dill is a versatile All Year Gardening choice. Used as foliage for flowers from the garden, gripe water, and everything from pickles to cream cheese, for fish and vegetables.   The ancient herb, Anethum graveolens or Fernleaf dill as it is commonly known, was mentioned some 5,000 years […]

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