If you’ve never heard of Herb Strewers as an occupation, it is likely because the job has been […]
If you would like to grow chamomile in your herb garden for making your own tea, choose German Chamomile Matricaria recutita.
Think you can’t have a garden, because you tried it once and all you could grow were weeds? […]
Dandelions supplied the early homesteaders with vital vitamins and nutrients. It was thought of as a spring tonic.
In The Language of Flowers lavender means distrust. Find out why.
As big as the mint family is, it is also one of the easiest species to identify. Here are three things to look for.
It’s not the sugar beet, it’s not the maple tree, it’s Stevia. The sweetest herb on earth. The […]
Citronella grass and lemon grass differ by a single genetic marker, leaving them with a lot of similarities […]
Horseradish has been used as a condiment in food for centuries. European immigrants first brought roots to the […]
Stinging nettles are often hated, always feared and rarely invited to dinner. And that’s a shame because this herb […]