This page is the entry page to specific aspects of herb gardening. Whether it is a technique for germinating seeds or taking cuttings or growing herbs in apartments or …. any number of specific techniques you’ll find interesting or useful.
Note to new readers. I had to move this website so it’s being rebuilt post by post. Thanks for your patience while I do this and improve each post along the way with more pictures and how-to notes.
One of my herb garden containers
Techniques In Herb Gardening
One of the most important things you want to do (after growing your own plants) is to dry them properly. Here’s what you need to know about drying herbs.
And if you’re not interested in drying herbs, here are three, simple guaranteed ways you can succeed with freezing herbs
Mind you, some folks prefer to grow their herbs indoors during the winter. Here’s the honest information about indoor herb gardening during the winter – with instructions for what works and what doesn’t.
Here are Four Things You Really Want To Know About Growing Arugula (it’s a cool season crop and woe to them who tries to grow and eat a hot-weather crop.) Pay attention to the growing details and the timing and you’ll be fine.
Lavender is the classic herb plant and here are three things you really want to know to succeed. Hey – if the ancient Romans could use this plant like pros, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t take a crack at it. Mind you, they considered it a great aphrodisiac so…
If there’s one herb in my garden I’d never give up, it would be basil. I’m a massive sucker for basil-tomato jam (recipe on the post) on this post on How To Amaze Your Neighbors With Your Outstanding Basil Harvests
Catnip is one of the easiest herbs to grow. Here’s how to turn on your cat and make simple, easy cat toys all winter long.