Types of Herb Gardens

You could for instance, create an Italian herb garden for use in your Italian based meals and sauces. An Italian herb garden could include basil, garlic, onions, sage, chervil, parsley, and other herbs which are commonly used in Italian meals. Read the rest of this entry »

Creating a Tea Garden

Creating a tea garden is one of the best types of gardens for a beginner to start with - especially if they love tea! Read the rest of this entry »

Popular Kitchen Herbs

Creating a kitchen herb garden is another popular activity for gardener's new and experienced alike. One of the reasons herb gardens are so popular, is because the plants can be grown quickly, and most of them can be clipped and used any time you want them. There's little to no preparation in most cases. Read the rest of this entry »

Indoor Herb Garden Tips

Growing herbs indoors is a wonderful way to garden year-round. Indoor herb gardens are also terrific for people who love to garden but don't have space outside because they live in an apartment or condominium. Read the rest of this entry »

Herbs 101

Few things in life are as satisfying as making fresh tomato sauce for pasta using fresh basil plucked from your very own herb garden mere moments before it goes into the pot. Yummy roasted potatoes with fresh rosemary are equally gratifying. Read the rest of this entry »

Create Herbal Oils and Dressings

Many herb gardeners often discover themselves with many more herbs than they know what to do with throughout the growing season. Sometimes this happens because it was the first time herbs were planted, and the gardener didn't realize just how quickly and prolifically herbs can grow. Other times though, experienced gardeners simply can't resist adding new plants to their gardens, so they too find themselves with many more herbs than they can actually use. Read the rest of this entry »