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Guide Category: Herbs

growing comfrey

Growing Comfrey

Many years ago, comfrey was grown as a popular medicinal herb. Reaching nearly five feet tall, with large, prickly leaves beneath hanging clusters of colorful, bell-shaped flowers, the true benefits

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growing tarragon

Growing Tarragon

Don’t let its reputation for being tricky to master scare you off; growing tarragon is actually easy once you know a few secrets about it. Unlike other herbs that can

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growing sage | organic gardening

Growing Sage

Growing sage is fairly simple for just about anyone. And, as a longtime favorite for seasoning all types of food, sage is a highly aromatic herb that you can put

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growing lavender

Growing Lavender

There’s a lot to like about lavender. Known for its rich, luxurious scent, the lavender plant is a stunning perennial evergreen, which originated in southern Europe and the Mediterranean. Long

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growing lemongrass

Growing Lemon Grass

Do you love the taste of the tropics but live too far from the equator to take advantage of it in your garden? There’s no reason to despair if your

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growing mint

Growing Mint

Mojitos at a moment’s notice? Yes, please! It turns out that mint is one of the easiest herbs to grow at home. In fact, your biggest problem when growing mint might

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growing thyme

Growing Thyme

For those that can’t get enough of Mediterranean cuisine, growing thyme should definitely be on your ‘must-grow’ list this season. Native to the warm climates of the Grecian coast, thyme

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growing rosemary

Growing Rosemary

As a staple herb throughout Mediterranean cooking, rosemary has earned itself a reputation for its potent evergreen taste. Plus, it is easy to use in a number of different dishes. This

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growing oregano

Growing Oregano

Every Italian food lover knows the benefit that a well-grown sprig of oregano can add to their cooking. The zesty taste of oregano makes it a perfect addition to any

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