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Herb Gardens

The important thing to remember about herb gardens is that they are relatively easy to cultivate and will do well as long as they have good drainage and ample sun. Growing herbs adds great beauty to the landscape and provide variety and flavor to any recipe in which they are used. Click on the articles below for guides, ideas and more.

Stratify Seeds to Improve Germination

Flower Gardens

Refrigerate seeds before planting to improve germination.

Planning A Kitchen Garden

Garden Design

How to grow greens and other vegetables right outside your back door.

Bitter Herbs: Dandelion and Other Garden Tonics


How to grow bitter herbs, greens and roots organically.

Tea From Your Own Garden


Growing traditional and herbal teas at home is explained in a new book. We've grown herbs in our garden and surrounding ...

Fennel & Fenugreek


Growing seeds for healthy, flavorful herbal teas. When your culinary-conscious and sustainably minded Planet Natural blogger needs seed for cooking, he ...

Health Benefits of Parsley


Easy to grow once germinated, parsley is a nutritious and attractive addition to any garden.

Herb Gardening Guru - How to Grow Herbs


Growing Herbs Cultivates Good Taste! We all know and love herbs. Chances are that you've already used a product today that ...

Enjoy Fresh Herbs Year Round

Container Gardens

Growing basil and other herbs, in pots, inside, for kitchen use.

Plant a Thyme Lawn


Thyme makes a good, natural lawn replacement. Here's how to grow this attractive, drought-resistant herb instead of grass.

Herb Gardening 101

Garden Design

How to grow healthy, delicious herbs in your garden and indoors.



This highly aromatic herb is grown for its many culinary uses as well as a hardy ground cover.



Add a sophisticated touch to savory dishes by growing French tarragon.

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