Tips on growing herbs in the garden or in containers including the classic culinary herbs such as basil, rosemary, mint, and thyme, along with medicinal herbs…
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Discover the joys of growing, harvesting, and preserving dill in your home garden with this comprehensive guide. From selecting the ideal location and soil to nurturing and harvesting dill foliage, flowers, and seeds, we've got you covered. Learn preservation methods to enjoy the delightful flavor of dill all year round. Dive in and cultivate your own vibrant dill garden today!
Thyme is a versatile herb that is grown for garden beauty, fragrance, and culinary uses. The delightful smell of thyme reminds many people of summer and home gardens. The flavor of this herb pairs well with meat, summer soup, and vegetable recipes. Use these tips for planting and growing thyme in your home garden so you can enjoy this beautiful and versatile herb.
Rosemary is one of the most popular herbs that can be found in anyone's spice cabinet, and now you can have it fresh from your garden! Read on for tips and tricks on how to grow rosemary.
You don't need a garden to grow fresh herbs. Growing herbs indoors makes it easy to snip fresh foliage to flavor meals whenever you need them. Here are 14 herbs that will grow indoors, plus tips to get your indoor herb garden started.
Thyme is easy to care for herb that doesn't need a lot of attention once it becomes established. It spreads slowly, and won't take over your garden like other perennial herbs. Learn how to grow thyme in the garden, in containers, and even indoors, plus tips for harvesting, preserving, and cooking with thyme.
Chives are a hardy perennial herb will come back year after year. The green foliage has a mild onion flavor making chives a great addition to salads, scrambled eggs, and as a garnish. The purple blossoms are a colorful edible decoration that adds a light onion flavor. Visit to discover the benefits of chives and tips for growing chives.
Growing chamomile is easy. You can grow chamomile in your herb garden, plant with your vegetables, and in container gardens. Learn how to grow chamomile, dry, and preserve the flower blossoms for making chamomile tea.
Parsley is a versatile herb with dark green ferny foliage and a mild peppery flavor with a bit of earthiness that adds balance to almost any recipe. Parsley makes a great companion plant to vegetables, perennials, and herbs in beds, containers, and window boxes. Visit to learn how to grow parsley, plus ways to preserve it for later.
Fresh rosemary is one of the most flavorful and fragrant herbs in the kitchen. It is also easy to propagate stem cuttings and grow extra plants. One rosemary plant can provide numerous cuttings without risking the health of the plant. Visit to learn how to root and grow rosemary from stem cuttings.
Do you love using fresh herbs in your recipes? Learn how to grow herbs from seed, harvest as needed, and dry extra to fill your spice jars. Read on for seven easy culinary herbs to start from seed, plus tips to grow herbs in the garden or in containers.
Chives have a mild onion flavor that pairs well with so many meals. Chives are a great herb to grow in containers indoors or out. Visit to see how to divide and pot up chive plants.
Wild violet infused vinegar can be used to make salad dressing for spring vegetables and as a marinade for meats or grilled vegetables. Learn how to infuse vinegar with foraged wild violets.