Herb Garden

Herbs have many uses, for improving the taste of many meals and foods, in medicine, for decoration, and even for landscaping.

If You like gardening and even if You already have berries or some other plants, combine them with decorative herbs and give a new touch to your backyard garden.

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If You like growing herbs, we are sure that You will find something for You in our Herb Garden.

Here is a list of some of the most popular herb plants:

How To Grow Sage

sage mSage (Salvia officinalis) is a popular and versatile herb that is commonly used in various culinary dishes, teas, and as an essential oil.

This perennial plant, belonging to the mint family, has been cherished for centuries not only for its aromatic flavor but also for its medicinal properties.

Published: April 19, 2023.

How To Grow Thyme Indoors?

thyme mGrowing potted herbs indoors is a great way to continue gardening during winter or when you don’t have outdoor growing space. One indoor herb that’s particularly easy to grow is thyme. But what are the specific growing needs of this plant, and how do you even get started?

To grow thyme indoors, you need a small, well-draining pot with porous soil, slightly alkaline conditions, and basic fertilization.

Published: January 2, 2023.

How to Grow Lavender

lavender mGrowing lavender in a home garden has several benefits. Lavender is a perennial bushy plant native to the Mediterranean and is beautiful to look at with its upright spikes of flowers that have a rich purple (or lavender) color; its green to gray foliage looks fresh all through the year.

Thus, it can be grown on the edges, fences, borders, informal hedges, or anywhere in the garden to add beauty. Not only lavender has a stunning color and beauty, but it also has an enchanting fragrance.

Published: October 18, 2022.

How to Grow Rosemary

rosemary mRosemary is an evergreen, fragrant and delicious herb, and its botanical name is Rosmarinus officinalis. It’s native to the Mediterranean and is used in cooking, for making body perfumes, and for its health benefits as well.

This perennial (completes its lifecycle in 3 or more years) herb occurs in the USDA Hardiness Zones 8 and warmer. It can also be grown as an annual (completes its lifecycle in 1 year). It can be planted in the garden and, depending upon the variety, can become up to 4 to 6 feet in height and can spread up to 4 feet wide. Anyone would wish to grow this pretty-looking, sweet-scented and useful herb.

Published: October 18, 2022.