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Growing Oregano – Or Is That Growing Marjoram?

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Tweet Growing oregano and marjoram are a must for every culinary herb garden. These herbs are popular in Italian, Greek, French and Mexican cooking. Oregano- Growing oregano and marjoram is pretty much the same since these two herb plants are so closely related.  Both plants look very similar. Marjoram has a little more delicate flavor […]

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Attracting Birds To Your Herb Garden

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Tweet Add texture and depth to you herb garden by attracting birds. Now this can be done in several ways. A bird bath. Place a bird bath in your herb garden. Birds need water, especially in the winter and the harsh heat of summer. A bird bath will make your garden the in place to […]

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Home Herb Garden- Buying Herb Plants

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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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Herb Container Gardening – Container Herb Garden

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

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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

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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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Grow Lavender In Your Rock Garden | EZ Herb Gardening

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Tweet Your rock garden is the perfect place to grow lavender. This hardy perennial can be grown from zones 4 to 10. Lavender grows in almost any soil as long as it is well drained. It it is easy to maintain and requires very little water. Oh, but the rewards are ever abundant. Not only […]

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Rock Gardens – Adding Herbs To Your Rock Garden

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Tweet I have to laugh every time I hear the term “Rock Garden”. I mean who wants to grow rocks? Oh well….adding herbs to your rock garden is ezy herb gardening. Most herbs love a sun and well drained soil, so filling in your rock garden with herbs only makes sense. Here are a few […]

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Preparing Your Herb Garden For Winter

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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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Herb Gardening For Beginners- Ez Herb Gardening

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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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