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How to Plant and Grow Anise
Anise is versatile in the kitchen, and you can use both the leaves and the seeds in a variety of recipes. It’s also valuable in the garden, attracting beneficial insects and driving away the bad ones. Learn all the details you need to succeed at growing this uncommon herb now on Gardener's Path. #aniseed #gardenerspath
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How to Grow Thyme in Gardens and Containers
Growing thyme in the home garden provides flavor for the table, but it’s also a versatile plant that can fill many needs in the landscape! Add this easy to grow herb to your herb garden or as a low landscape ground cover.
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How to Easily Build an Herb Spiral Garden
Building an herb spiral in your garden will create a dramatic focal point that will capture the attention of everyone who visits your garden!
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10 Benefits of Growing Chives
Chives are a wonderful culinary herb, but they also have many other benefits in the spring garden and in the kitchen. Learn about ten different benefits of growing chives and why you should have them in your herb garden!
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How to Dry Sage
Learn how to dry sage to use in recipes year round. The leaves of this delicious herb can be air dried, oven dried, or put in a dehydrator. Check out how to dry sage leaves!
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Herbal Guide to Rose Hips: the Hippest Fruit (with Amazing Health Benefits!)
Rose hips are typically a vibrant reddish-orange, but in some species hips can be dark purple or even black. They are tart and reminiscent of a zesty crabapple in flavor, although not quite as tasty. They are, however, prized for their health benefits and jam-packed with Vitamin C. #gardentherapy #ediblegardening #rosehips #edibleflowers #gardening #herbs
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20 Ways to Preserve Your Fresh Herbs!
20 delicious ways to preserve your fresh herbs so you can enjoy them all year long! We have recipes and techniques for all your favorite herbs: arugula, basil, chives, cilantro, thyme, mint, parsley, tarragon, and even lavender! From freezing and drying herbs to infusing and making pestos!
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Learn to make simple herbal sachets for your dresser drawer or to hang in your car. The subtle aroma of herbal sachets is calming and they're easy to make! #herbs #sachets #sew #sewing #adultcrafts #herbalsachets #lavender #garden #homemadegifts #mothersday
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Growing Herbs in Fabric Pots: Step by Step -
One of the biggest things that can go wrong in growing herbs is overwatering. When you grow herbs in fabric pots though, the soil dries out at an even rate. This makes growing herbs in fabric pots super desirable and easy for any gardener. Growing herbs in fabric pots | How to use grow bags | Growing herbs in grow bags | Grow bags | Fabric Pots
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Grow Your Own Perennial Herb Container Garden - Garden Therapy
grow a perennial herb garden in any space - How to grow a Container Perennial Herb Garden with plants that come back year after year! #gardentherapy #gardening #herbs #growingherbs #garden #containergarden #perennials
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How to Grow Chives from Seed | Gardener’s Path
Looking to grow chives from seed? You’re in luck! They’re easy to propagate and before you know it, you'll be cooking with your own homegrown herbs. This article will give you everything you need to know, from seed saving tips to advice for getting seedlings started indoors or out. #chives #herbgarden #gardenerspath
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How to Dry Fresh Basil for Flavor All Year Long
When your garden is producing an abundant crop of flavorful fresh basil, it’s time to learn how to dry basil, preserving this herb long-term.
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Differences Between English and German Chamomile | Gardener's Path
Have you heard of German, English, and Roman chamomile? Are they different? Join with us and find out which is most suitable for tea and which is better for flowering ground cover with our in-depth look on Gardener’s Path. #chamomile #herbgarden #gardenerspath