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Entries from May 2010

Herbed Mustard | Ez Herb Gardening

May 31st, 2010 · Comments Off · Using Herbs

Tweet I like to take my ez herb gardening in to the kitchen. This ez herbed mustard is one way to use fresh herbs. And it tastes great on sandwiches, ham and in your favorite salad dressings. EZ Herbed Mustard 1 1/2 c. dijon mustard 1 1/2 T. dry white wine 1/4 c. chopped fresh […]

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Red Sun Tea – Using Herbs | Ez Herb Gardening

May 31st, 2010 · 2 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet The best part of ez herb gardening is using your herbs. Herbal teas are a nice change from the standard sun teas. Here is a simple, healthy and delicious way to use herbs from you garden to make sun tea.

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Herb Gardening For Beginners – Choosing a Container

May 28th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Container Herb Garden

Tweet Herbs are perfect for container gardening especially if space is tight. Although I have plenty of room for my herb gardens I love using planters. Setting the planter pots right in the flower beds give the beds interest, height and texture. I can also move the planters into the garage for extra winter protection. […]

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Herb Container Gardening – Container Herb Garden

May 23rd, 2010 · 6 Comments · Herbs Gardening

Tweet No matter where you live and no matter what time of year it is, you can have a container herb garden. In fact once you have started herb container gardening and find out how much fun they are you’ll be hooked. Container gardens are so easy to maintain. In this video Insightful Nana gives […]

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Shade Herbs | Herb Gardening For Beginners

May 19th, 2010 · Comments Off · Herb Gardening For Beginners

Tweet If you are lucky enough to have a place for shade herbs the following herb plants are good choices. Angelica – These stately plants grow 5 ft. tall. The flowers are lime green. Very impressive in a shady corner. The root is carrot like and is used to make liqueur. Grow from seed. The […]

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Wedding Lavender Sachet – Lavender Gifts

May 12th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet A few years ago, I got this “Wedding Lavender Sachet” recipe from San Fransisco Herb Co. I have used this recipe for lavender gifts and as a unique substitute for rice at my daughters wedding. It was very classy and a big hit. One part – white chamomile flowers One part – pink rose […]

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Grow an Herb Garden – The Right Soil Means Happy Herb Plants

May 8th, 2010 · Comments Off · Herbs Gardening

Tweet Understanding the right soil conditions to grow an herb garden will go a long way toward success. Most herb plants thrive in well drained soil. So what does that mean? Well drained soil. Usually how long your soil stays wet is pretty obvious. But if you are wondering, just  dig a 2 ft. deep […]

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Planting Herbs – Herb Growing

May 3rd, 2010 · 4 Comments · Herbs Gardening

Tweet When you are herb growing and planting herbs there are some general rules to follow. General rules. Choose a sunny location. Plant in well drained soil. Prune your plants to keep new growth coming. Follow the instructions on the tag when you buy the herb. Like duh! follow the instructions on the tag? Yep, […]

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