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Lemon Verbena Crème Brûlée: From the Herb Garden for Cook the Books: "Garden Spells" by DebinHawaii Posted Mon 25 Jul 2011 11:51pm The Waverley women have always been seen as different in their small Southern town of Bascom, North Carolina because of their peculiar gifts or powers. Older sister Claire has turned her gift for growing and cooking with plants, herbs and flowers into a successful catering business, but she sticks close to home and the unusual Waverley gard ... Read on »
My Herb Garden by Jane M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:52pm I suddenly realized that if you're new to my blog, you don't know anything about me. I did this blog as a spinoff of my gardening blog called Thyme for Herbs. There I have often talked about how to dry herbs, cook with herbs , folklore and many other things. I've also shown many pictures of my herb garden. Of course, if you came here at r ... Read on »
Herb Garden Joy by Stephanie L. Posted Fri 22 May 2009 12:00am Herb gardening has been my way of gardening the past few years because I live in a cozy apartment down town Grand Rapids with no plot of land to plant at this point. I dream of a day to have my few-acre garden, but at this point in my life I am enjoying the potted herb plant garden.  I have them in pots on the back porch so they are get ... Read on »
NLM Herb Garden: Well-Tended and Welcoming by nih.gov Posted Fri 03 Sep 2010 12:40pm It's barely nine in the morning and the temperature already is close to 90 degrees, but that's not stopping a dedicated group of volunteer gardeners at the National Library of Medicine. The volunteers, most of them in their 70s and 80s, come to the Library once a week to watch over an herb garden that recognizes the role nature plays i ... Read on »
A Beginner’s Herb Garden by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 21 Apr 2011 2:25pm Gardening is a hot topic this week on MDA. Two days ago , Mark gave you the whys – gardening can be therapeutic, it can improve health markers, it can be a great way for people to move frequently at a slow pace , and the list goes on. It’s also a great way to save money on organic produce , to maintain a constant (and self-replicating) supply o ... Read on »
Worm Wednesday: How to Start an Herb Garden by C. L. Posted Wed 11 May 2011 12:28pm Perhaps you don’t have enough room, or time, for a full-size garden. An herb garden is an easy way to dabble in gardening and can be done on a window sill, porch or anywhere where you can stick a pot. Planting an herb garden is a good project for young kids, as it can be done in about 10 minutes — just find a container, pour in the potting soil ... Read on »
Herb Garden Fun by Lauren G Facebook Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 4:37pm Howdy Folks! How was your first day back to work/real life after the Holiday weekend? My brain definitely had trouble catching back up. I kept thinking it was Monday all day! When I got home from work today, I decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather by finally planting the herb garden I purchased a few weeks ago! ... Read on »
I Planted A Herb Garden! And I Have A Giveaway For You! by Sarah Ohm Posted Sun 07 Apr 2013 6:40pm Hey Loveys, Happy Sunday! I just got back from a little movie date with C and we went to go Olympus Has Fallen which has Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler in it. Oh my god guys... I haven't seen a movie that good in so long. I had my heart on my chest the whole time, there were points in the movie when I wasn't even physically breathing. I w ... Read on »
Beautiful Weekend & Starting an Herb Garden! by Anne P. Posted Mon 15 Apr 2013 11:22am Hello friends! We had the most gorgeous weekend ever here in DC weather-wise – sunny with blue skies and crisp air in the low 70s. If only every weekend were so beautiful. I took advantage by hitting up an old friend, the C&O Canal , for a run! I hadn’t been out there in AGES – I missed it. Everything was looking ... Read on »
our urban herb garden by elle Posted Fri 23 Aug 2013 12:00am I may possibly have the blackest thumb in California. Until recently every plant I’ve ever owned or cared for has died. Most traumatically, my hibernating orchid never woke up and my childhood Venus Fly Trap starved to death because there were no flies indoors. Go figure. I’m not quite sure what possessed me to take on herb gardening recen ... Read on »