Tea in tiny spaces. Grow herbs in container gardens for tea time. Harvest fresh and brew away! Click here for … More
Still, waiting for your parsley to leaf out or the basil to get big enough to eat? Extend your season of flavors with a micro herb garden.
Raised bed plan and container gardens filled with herbal abundance.
Bay laurel (Laurus nobilis), also known as sweet bay, is a familiar herb to many
Fun to be a guest of Jennifer Jewell on her fabulous podcast Cultivating Place. Please listen in! https://www.cultivatingplace.com/single-post/2019/11/14/ALL-THE-HERBS-OF-THE-SEASON-with-SUE-GOETZ
Pick, pick, pick…are you harvesting your herbs? As summer gives us it’s late summer heat, it seems like every day … More
If you haven’t been able to join me live for my talk based on my book A Taste for Herbs, here is your chance to go to class with me.
Grab a glass of iced herb tea, put your feet up and enjoy..
The name savory is a good descriptor of the flavor of this herb. It has a bit of hot spicy flavor on the tongue. Savory tastes like a combination of oregano and thyme. The essential oils of savory and thyme are very similar in their chemical make-up so their similar flavor that can be used interchangeably in recipes
Why buy flavored waters when you can make your own? Cool, herb-infused waters are a healthy alternative to sugary or caffeine-laden drinks. Use fresh summer herbs from the garden with fresh fruits and vegetables. Fresh-made herbal waters are a great way to stay hydrated through the day with some micro benefits from the fresh herbs.
Grow Flavor! Create herb seasoning salt mixes using herbs from your garden.