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How the Seasons Affect Herbs and Growing Cycles

An herb garden is one of the pleasures a gardener can have from spring to summer, and even early autumn. Herbs are generally hardy plants. But they can also be affected by the change of seasons, especially wintertime. Besides drying our herbs when they are most abundant, here are some tips to help you have great herbs and growing them all year round.The knowledge of herbs and growing them requires familiarity with different types of herbs and their life cycle. Annuals are herbs that grow one…See More
Sep 28, 2009
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Why Growing Garden Herbs is so Popular in the City

Herbs are an essential part of the food. They offer an exotic and exciting taste to our dishes. Can you imagine pasta sauce without herbs? How would it taste? Growing garden herbs in the city is a good way of having fresh herbs handy. Sometimes it takes a lot of time for herbs and vegetables to reach the city. The more popular herbs are basil, thyme, coriander and rosemary. The cool thing about these herbs is that they can be grown indoors too. The benefits of growing herbs in the city are that…See More
Sep 25, 2009

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Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener
Skill level
Intermediate
Website
http://www.eHerbSite.Com
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
Herb Gardening
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
2-3 hours per day normally

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How the Seasons Affect Herbs and Growing Cycles

Posted on September 28, 2009 at 5:24am 0 Comments

An herb garden is one of the pleasures a gardener can have from spring to summer, and even early autumn. Herbs are generally hardy plants. But they can also be affected by the change of seasons, especially wintertime. Besides drying our herbs when they are most abundant, here are some tips to help you have great herbs and growing them all year round.



The knowledge of herbs and growing them requires familiarity with different types of herbs and their life cycle. Annuals are herbs that… Continue

Why Growing Garden Herbs is so Popular in the City

Posted on September 25, 2009 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Herbs are an essential part of the food. They offer an exotic and exciting taste to our dishes. Can you imagine pasta sauce without herbs? How would it taste? Growing garden herbs in the city is a good way of having fresh herbs handy. Sometimes it takes a lot of time for herbs and vegetables to reach the city. The more popular herbs are basil, thyme, coriander and rosemary. The cool thing about these herbs is that they can be grown indoors too. The benefits of growing herbs in the city are that… Continue

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