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..
It’s spring! Pick a small bundle of newly emerged perennial herbs and try this easy, refreshing recipe for a clean, healthy shine to freshly washed hair.
Want to learn more about getting the best flavor from herbs in your garden?
Coneflower is one of the common names for Echinacea. There are some species that are more familiar to gardeners than others, so let’s take a minute to get to know more about this herb. It is multi-faceted in history, medicinal qualities and garden use.
Get to know the diversity of sage. Culinary, medicinal, cosmetic, aromatic and useful in landscape design. Not all are edible, some are intensely fragrant, one is mind-altering when smoked, and some are just simply floriferous and nothing more.
Get relief from the summer heat with herbs from your garden.
Notice the edges of this mint? It is a hint for an easy way to identify Spearmint. The leaf edges are … More
For Manly Herbal spa treatments, the fragrances of basil, rosemary and thyme are rich with notes of camphor, pepper,pine and clove. It’s all about a deep timbre of aroma – not perfumed delicate flowers.
Even though lovers of a pristine lawn are ready to strike and kill these bright yellow heralds of spring, dandelions are highly favored plants for wild-crafting herbalists.
A plea for parsley…it is more than just the garnish on the side of the plate!