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Leftover Herbs | What Can I Do With Them?

Fresh herbs are a fantastic method to include flavor, color, and nutrients to many dishes. Yet just what do you do when your recipe calls for a simply few tablespoons, and you’ve still got a huge lot of natural herbs left over? 46 more words

Herb Gardening

My Garlic Harvest

I have been really busy the last little while, with taking care of my family and the vegetable garden. Since my children are on summer holidays, I try to keep them busy, as much as possible. 726 more words

Vegetable Gardening

Priceless Moments

After our CSA pick-up, we enjoy sharing about our evening and the conversations we had with all of you. We learn a lot from the time spent with each of you and appreciate the conversations and time more than you will ever know. 1,108 more words


I’ve had mixed results with home-grown garlic.  A friends was very mild, not to my taste.  But my mom’s two year old red russian garlic—that’s another story.   446 more words



About two months ago I picked up a few mint plants at the big farmer’s market in the city, and have finally planted them. I’m hoping that they’ll take off and work as a cover crop for my circle bed in the front of my house. 63 more words



Last year I picked up a couple of discounted silver vale artimesia (or wormwood) in the garden department at the local box store. I planted them pretty late in the fall, but one of them made it through last year’s hard winter, and I’m delighted to see it every time I look out into the garden. 155 more words


Mint Knows No Bounds

By Phran Novelli

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Someone in my neighborhood planted a little plot of mint. For now. Because one plant is pretty much all you need to grow a field of mint. 152 more words

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