The flower petals are edible with a tangy almost peppery taste that can be sprinkled in soups, scrambled eggs, herb butters, and salads. Harvest the flower petals for use, either fresh or dried, to make soothing skin treatments.
Seasonings from the Garden
Perk up salads, make your own meat rubs and sweeten up your Iced tea with herbs from your garden.
I have decided if I ever cease to be mesmerized by the simple act of planting a tiny seed that turns into bushels of food, I should stop gardening.
Let me introduce you to…Parsley
A plea for parsley…it is more than just the garnish on the side of the plate!
Come on, Get Hoppy!
Oh you wicked, wicked plant. During the reign of Henry VIII, parliament set out to ban the use of hop. … More
It’s fall and orange is the new green.
Do you know your Curcurbits? Quick lesson in who’s who and some fall squash recipes to try.
Pause and Smell
Aromatic herb foliage adds another sensory dimension to the garden.
The Herbal Rosarian
Discover the herbal side of roses
Nurture Skin with Honey
Add the skin healing qualities of your favorite herb to honey for extra rich skin therapy.
Herb Lover’s Bouquet
Dear Garden Florists, don’t forget herbs! Many herbs can be used in fresh-cut flower bouquets, some add amazing texture while … More