Thursday, July 20, 2006
Monday, July 17, 2006
Herb Garden Tips
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Exotic herb anyone?
Have you heard about the papalo? It is a herb similar to cilantro. People are paying $100, now that's alot of money for herbs. Here are some photo of the Grant Park under an urban gardening program named Growing Power, where the herbs are planted.
Turn your lawn into a herb garden
Successful Herb Garden enthusiast to speak
Listen to Deb Soule, a successful herbalist who has managed Merryspring's Herb Garden for 20 years. She will be giving a talk on the what's happening today in world of herbs. Try to make it if you can.
A little fresh herb can go a long way
Learn all the multiple facets of herbs
Interested to learn more about the many uses of herbs, including culinary, aromatic and medicinal uses? The Garden Day at Seiberling Nature Realm in Akron will introduce all particpants to many aspects of gardening, including herbing. The date of the event is on July 23. You will also get to see displays of herb crafts, and sample herb tea in the garden. Don't miss it!
Friday, July 14, 2006
Growing a herb garden in a small space
Won't we all like to grow a herb garden in our own backyard? But due to space contraints, not all of us can have this luxury. Have you thought about growing herb in containers? Garden designer P. Allen Smith teaches how to grow herbs using your Strawberry Jar and the Pizza Pot. Check it out the video here as well:
Tips for growing a herb garden in a small space - Home & Garden - MSNBC.com