Yes, it’s necessary to start with a bit of garlic. 🙂
Practical Tips About Herb Gardening
Angelica is a wonderful plant for the back of the perennial or herb garden. Here’s how to grow it and a recipe for using it
Anise is a fragrant herb and let me suggest you only use fresh seed for growing this plant.
Basil is one of my most grown plants in the herb garden. I’m not sure what I’d do without it in tomato recipes. Unfortunately, downy mildew has become a problem for basil. Here’s the organic response to how to control downy mildew on basil using organic techniques.
Boragehas delightful blue flowers worthy of being in the flower garden plus both flowers and leaves are edible.
Lavender and keeping it alive from year to year.
Horseradish is one of the the easiest of herbs and once you have it, even a small bit left in the ground will produce next year’s crop.
Nepeta or catnip is a wonderful flowering plant that only attracts cats once the stems are bruised.
Thyme is easy to start from seed and/or cuttings for the fancier varieties that don’t come true from seed.
Other Things To Read About Herbs
The insecticidal and antioxidant properties of mint. Grow your own healthy plants.
Fertilizer type makes a big difference to the harvest of rosemary. Interesting article about feeding this plant for maximum harvest. This kind of article makes me wonder about what other plants might have this reaction?