Fall is the time when our thoughts turn toward harvesting and gathering. Those who grow herbs know this is when the urge to clip and enjoy these aromatic plants becomes
There’s nothing like the satisfaction of harvesting herbs from your garden. You’ve planted, watered, weeded, and fertilized them month after month and now it’s time for the big payoff.
Perhaps the hardest subject for a garden enthusiast to tackle is indoor lighting. Most plants grown indoors need lights to compensate for the lack of sunshine. That much I’ve known
I’m always on the lookout for native plants that will perform well in my herb garden. Using native plants means lower water needs and greater resistance to the extremes of
Among the dozens of herbs I grow in my garden is a desert succulent called aloe vera. What is that succulent doing in an herb garden? Well, it’s there