Protect Your Spring Bulbs With an Herbal Cover

I’ve never been without flowering bulbs in my herb garden. Lilies, tulips, crocus, and daffodils that emerge in the spring are a delight to the soul. They’re easy to plant and come back year after year. The problem is keeping track of where you planted them so they’re not accidentally dug up during the dormant

Grow Herbal Microgreens

Recently I’ve seen some interesting posts about growing something called “microgreens.” This is created by thickly sowing the seeds of edible plants on a growing medium, allowing it to germinate and grow for a week or two, depending on how quickly it grows, and then harvest and eating immediately. I think of it as creating

Gardening For the Birds

Some of the best allies organic herb gardeners have against insect pests are the birds. No matter where you live, there are perhaps a dozen species of birds living nearby that would be quite happy to rid your garden of insects. I have seen this truth in action in my home. Several years ago a

 

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