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Anise Scented Hyssop And Bees

A bee enjoying an Anise Hyssop blossom in our garden.  Hyssop is a hardy drought tolerant perennial herb that blooms throughout the summer starting in June,  its attractive anise scented blue flowers are a magnet for pollinators like bees and butterflies. 45 more words


Herb of the Month: Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) Part 2

Today we’re going to take a brief look at the culinary and medicinal uses of Bay Laurel leaves. 

Medicinally Bay Laurel can be taken as a tea to soothe stomaches and relieve gas.  283 more words

Exp No. 3 - Gardening


A very happy 2016 to all, from the Auticulture Network Team.  We’ve remained busy, even over the holiday period.  Mark collected seaweed and created a ‘tea’ for our beds at Bellahouston and the final redesigns for the layout are being drawn up as we speak. 283 more words

General News

Why you need a HERB GARDEN !!

Hey guys ..I am super duper excited as i write this post. Tomorrow i will be visiting the Glow festival here in Eindhoven. I had heard so many people talk about it and now i cant wait to see it in real :):) I will be giving you more details on it tomorrow , so stay tuned for that :)  Today lets talk about a simple and lighter topic – Herb Gardening :) 308 more words


2015 Gardening Challenge Winners

Happy Birthday to Jon Moore from the Organic World News! Who will always have a special place in my heart because he was one of the very first people to not just listen to my podcast but reach out to me and comment on my post! 338 more words

Growing Food

Fresh Herbs Are the Best!

When I walk out on to my porch, the scent of chives blossoms hits me first, then thyme, then lavender basil: I am so happy that my porch is full of herbs pots. 411 more words


Online Exhibit: What's in your Backyard?

As the season comes to an end it’s nice to take one last look at Summer’s Glory right in your own backyard…….. 102 more words