Enchanting walkways, sophisticated meals and beautiful edible gardens owe their appeal to these adaptable plants.
Growing herbs is a beginner gardener’s dream and a master gardener’s joy. Explore these guides for our wisdom on how to plant, tend and harvest these aromatic plants for year-round enjoyment.
Home gardeners are growing chives (Allium schoenoprasum) for their gentle flavor, bright green leaves and attractive purple flowers. And they ...
Nothing brightens up a Mexican dish like the fresh green leaves of cilantro grown right outside your kitchen door.
A hardy perennial with dark green shoots and a big, bold flavor — tastes like celery!
How to grow bitter herbs -- dandelion, milk thistle, goldenseal, and more -- organically.
Attractive and flavorful, dill is an easy-to-grow aromatic herb with feathery green leaves and a pleasant, sweet taste.
Magnificent marjoram, with its aromatic leaves and warm flavor, is easy to grow and available in many varieties.
Native to the northern Mediterranean, gardeners are growing sage for its many culinary and medicinal uses.
Grown in containers or as a border plant, Hyssop is extremely attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
An easy to grow annual, borage leaves and flowers have a mild cucumber-like flavor.