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Elderflower Syrup Recipe

Elderflower Syrup Recipe — a quiet style

You might have already noticed, that the hedgerows are just full of Elderflower at the moment, and if you haven't noticed yet, you will now you've read this! Even in a City, if you look carefully, I am pretty certain you will spot some hanging over walls or in the park. And with

HOW TO: Drying Herbs Must do this with all my Herbs that I Have growing on the patio...

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It’s planting time around these parts, and I’ve got plants and seeds and soil on the brain. Everything in Normandy seems to grow and thrive like gangbusters. Last year, we had so many herbs on our hands, I didn’t know what to do with our...

gardening tips (herbs)

Adventures in Gardening

I will be the first to admit that I am by NO means an expert gardener. This is my first year with a backyard of my own so I've made it a goal this season to at least learn something about gardening. So far I've read one book on the subject, admired a few other amazing womens' gardening skills (see here and here) and I sprouted a few herbs from...

Harvesting Herbs 101 (Basil, Chives, Cilantro/Coriander, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Thyme) - HOMEGROWN

Harvesting Herbs 101 (Basil, Chives, Cilantro/Coriander, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Thyme)

Confession time: When it comes to planting and tending herbs, are you all prudence and patience, employing optimal growing practices with the greatest care and…

chamomile, so pretty and smell heavenly in the herb garden; they're easy to grow from seed and naturalize well if you leave the second batch of flowers (after harvesting for tea, etc) to wilt and go to seed

eating and drinking a large bouquet of small flowers...

It all started a year ago. Or perhaps two years ago, when I got a bunch of fresh chamomile and played around with it , making fresh chamo...

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French Thyme is a wonderful culinary herb and has a similar taste to English Thyme, but produces daintier, more narrow leaves.

Thyme 'French'

French Thyme is a wonderful culinary herb and has a similar taste to English Thyme, but produces daintier, more narrow leaves.

How to Dry Herbs: The herbs you grow and dry yourself will be far superior to those you buy packaged. Herbs with woody stems and thick or tough leaves are best for drying and hold their flavor—thyme, rosemary, oregano, sage, and lemon verbena are good choices.

How to Dry Herbs: The herbs you grow and dry yourself will be far superior to those you buy packaged. Herbs with woody stems and thick or tough leaves are best for drying and hold their flavor—thyme, rosemary, oregano, sage, and lemon verbena are good choices.

How to Grow Thyme: Thyme is a hardy perennial shrub. Sow thyme from seed as early as 3 to 4 weeks before the last frost in spring. Thyme can also be grown from cuttings or divisions taken in spring or early summer.

How to Grow Thyme: Thyme is a hardy perennial shrub. Sow thyme from seed as early as 3 to 4 weeks before the last frost in spring. Thyme can also be grown from cuttings or divisions taken in spring or early summer.

How to Grow Savory: There are two types of savory: summer savory and winter savory. Summer savory is an annual. Winter savory is a perennial. Both can be planted in spring about the time of the average last frost date or started indoors as early as 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost. Both will be ready for harvest about 70 days after planting.

How to Grow Savory: There are two types of savory: summer savory and winter savory. Summer savory is an annual. Winter savory is a perennial. Both can be planted in spring about the time of the average last frost date or started indoors as early as 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost. Both will be ready for harvest about 70 days after planting.

Basil 'Red Rubin'  The perfect combination of ornamental appeal and intense, spicy flavor.  Its compact little habit, handsome foliage, and wonderful aroma make it welcome in any sunny setting, while its flavorful leaves make it a must-grow for lovers of flavored vinegars and oils!    The leaves are smooth, flat, and large, about 3 to 4 inches long and borne very profusely on dense, full little plants a foot tall and 8 to 10 i...

Red Rubin Basil Seeds

68 days from sowing. The perfect combination of ornamental appeal and intense, spicy flavor, Red Rubin is the best red-leafed Basil we have ever grown here at Park, bar none! Its compact little habit, handsome foliage, and wonderful aroma make it welcome in any sunny setting, while its flavorful leaves make it a must-grow for lovers of flavored vinegars and oils! The leaves are smooth, flat, and large, about 3 to 4 inches long and borne very profusely on dense, full little plants a foot tall…

Pruning and re-potting Basil

Up-potting and pruning herbsin a tea garden | Such And Such

planting a tea garden, up-potting and pruning herbs

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.The art of drying herbs........

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11 Incredibly Powerful Herbs

11 Incredibly Powerful Herbs

Enhance flavor and your health with these 11 incredibly powerful herbs.