Say “cilantro” here in the Southwest, and folks think of salsa. And while cilantro can get along with the heat of chilies in salsa, it quickly dies with the heat
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.
Southwest Gardening is excited to host giveaways of quality garden products that we use in our own gardens. For this month’s giveaway, we are partnering with the folks at Botanical
In honor of Greek Independence Day, March 25, I decided to write about Greek plants that do well here in the arid Southwest. First there are common food and herb
Look – in my garden – it’s a green. No! It’s a flower. No it’s oxalis, the super shamrock! Maybe you know oxalis as shamrock, or maybe wood sorrel,