If I were to name the one herb that I use most frequently in my recipes, it would be rosemary. It pairs so well with so many of my favorite foods, and it’s easy to start and grow.
Sage is a beautiful decorative plant and has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes for centuries. Since the Middle Ages, sage has been cultivated for its many useful qualities. It is a hardy perennial that comes in a variety of colors making it both decorative and helpful.
Calendula flowers can benefit soil, repel pests, and aid healing. Here are some of the many reasons this herb is frequently grown in the permaculture garden.
I am a very frustrated gardener right now. Our last frost date was only last week so you know my plants aren’t quite the right size yet. I have nothing to harvest or even really tend to except weeds. Why is it that a late frost can kill a vegetable plant, but not weeds? Weird, […]
Dandelions are spring magic to me. Their Latin name is Taraxacum officinale and they are diuretic, laxative, nutritive, alkalinizer, cooling and even a digestive stimulant. The sunshiney yellow blossoms are so cheerful, so joyous that I can hardly believe that they are considered by many to be weeds. As a first food for bees and […]
Need an DIY herbal aide for cold and flu season? Tired of battling your yeast overgrowth? Is junior restless and can’t shake his cough? Here are some make-your-own herbal solutions!