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Entries from June 2010

Salad Herbs – Summer Herb Gardening

June 30th, 2010 · 6 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet Fresh lettuce and spinach are abundant in our garden. Paring these delicious greens with fresh salad herbs is a welcome treat on hot summer nights. Although salad herbs are well known in vinegars and dressings you can use salad herbs to add to your fresh greens. Here are a few of my favorites:

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The Herb Parsley- From Growing Parsley To Parsley Benefits

June 27th, 2010 · 6 Comments · Herb Plants

Tweet Do you know why the herb parsley has been used as garnish on your plate? This simple herb is easy to grow and parsley has benefits that I didn’t even until I researched this herb plant. This is a perfect plant when it comes to herb gardening for beginners. Parsley – There are two […]

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Using Herbs – Cilantro In Fresh Mex Fiesta Salsa Recipe

June 25th, 2010 · 7 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet We love Mexican food. In fact when we go out to dinner we go Mexican. Cilantro is in the parsley family. It has almost a citrus taste. When it is full mature it is Coriander and the seeds are used in liquors and deserts. Cilantro is easy to grow by seed. We put it […]

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Using Fresh Herbs- The Dill Is Ready

June 23rd, 2010 · 2 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet The dill in my herb garden reseeds its self every year. I love it. New little dill plants all over. Finally the dill is ready to be cut an used. So tonight we are having trout with dill sauce. It just so happens we go trout fishing so that is the fish I like […]

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Rosemary Peach BBQ Pork Loin – Using Herbs

June 22nd, 2010 · 10 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet Make rosemary one of your favorite herbs on the BBQ. A friend gave me this recipe….it is so easy and so good. ROSEMARY PEACH BBQ PORK LOIN 6 to 8 servings – 10 min prep time 30 min marinade time 1/4 c. salt 3/4 c. brown sugar 2 c. boiling water 1 tray of […]

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Home Herb Garden- Buying Herb Plants

June 20th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Herbs Gardening

Tweet Buying herb plants for your home herb garden appears to be a little more difficult than I first thought. While visiting the local nursery it came to our attention that people did not know how to pick plants. This may sound weird, but there is a skill to picking plants that will do best […]

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Using Herbs- Herbal Remedies

June 20th, 2010 · 5 Comments · Herbal Medicines

Tweet I have been using my herbs to sooth this tired herb gardeners body. I have found relief with simple herbal remedies. The weather has finally warmed up here in the mountains of Utah. We have been busy catching up in the gardens. And my body is feeling it! To cure your achy body use […]

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Hops Vine – Fast Growing and Easy To Grow Vines

June 13th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Herb Plants

Tweet When it comes to EZ herb gardening, hops vine is my top choice for both beginning herb gardeners and pros. This fast growing vine is easy to grow. You can find varieties that will grow in the shade, sun and from zones 2 to 9. Hops Vine (Humulus Lupulus)- This vigorous vine comes in […]

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Yard Art and Your Herb Garden | Ez Herb Gardening

June 11th, 2010 · 5 Comments · Yard Art

Tweet There is no doubt that my yard is EZ. Actually that is how I came up with the tag line, Ez Herb Gardening. I spend so much time taking care of other peoples yards that my yard must be as maintenance free as possible. Most beds are perennial and we add contrast with yard […]

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Herb Honey | Herb Gardening For Beginners

June 7th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Using Herbs

Tweet I like to plan a head when it comes to making herb honey. I want to be sure to have plenty of my favorite herbs to flavor the honey. It takes 2 months for the herbs to infuse the honey, so if I want to give the honey away for Christmas I better prepare. […]

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