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Entries from September 2009

Preparing Your Herb Garden For Winter

September 30th, 2009 · Comments Off · Herbs Gardening

Tweet Preparing your herb garden for winter is well worth any extra effort. Most perennial herbs will give you years of pleasure if you take good care of them. Prunning – All of your perennials will need to be pruned. Most of them can be cut right down to the ground since they will die […]

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Chives – Herb Gardening For Beginners

September 23rd, 2009 · 1 Comment · Container Herb Garden

Tweet To make herb gardening for beginners a pleasure, I am featuring different herbs so you can learn all about them. Chives – A hardy perennial. They grow in compact clumps. The hollow spiky leaves have an onion flavor. Chives grow about 12 inches tall with pink bloom in the spring. Uses- Chives can be […]

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Herb Gardening For Beginners- Ez Herb Gardening

September 13th, 2009 · Comments Off · Herbs Gardening

Tweet Herb gardens are great for beginners, because they are ez to start and grow. Plus you reap a huge scope of uses. “Herb Gardening for Beginners” comes from my love of growing and using herbs. My interests started when I was young and now I am a professional gardener. Of all the gardens and […]

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Drying Herbs | Herb Gardening For Beginners

September 3rd, 2009 · Comments Off · Harvesting Herbs

Tweet Any fresh herbs can be dried. Pick your herbs, tie them together in small bunches and hang them from a drying rack. Now that sounds pretty simple. This is how to dry herbs. Picking – Ideally you will want to pick your herbs at the peek of perfection. As a general rule pick your […]

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