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Thank You from Herb Thyme

Thank You from Herb Thyme

I’m writing my last post for the A to Z Blog Challenge, which ends with ‘Z’ on Saturday, April 30th. 201 more words

Row Covers for Ginseng and Lavender – Notes on Forecasting Frost Events

Both ginseng and lavender growers have invested in large amounts of row cover to protect plants from cold temperatures (Figure 1). Ginseng growers will use row covers when frost events are forecast. 749 more words

Ginseng

Y: Yogurt Ginger Marinade & More

Y: Yogurt Ginger Marinade & More

Yogurt Ginger Marinade

2 tsp fresh gingerroot, minced
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 cups low fat plain yogurt
¼ cup fresh lemon juice… 311 more words

X: Xeriscape Herbs

X: Xeriscape Herbs

Xeriscaping is landscaping and gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation.

Many herbs are drought tolerant and are perfect plants for a garden when you’re trying to plant with a mind to conserving water. 211 more words

W: Well Sweep Herb Farm

W: Well Sweep Herb Farm

Well Sweep Herb Farm got on my list of favorite ‘herbal-spots-I’d-like-to-visit-one-day’ many years ago, probably around 1995 or so. Well, here we are, about twenty years later, and I still haven’t made it to New Jersey to visit. 297 more words

Wild Garlic Butter with Celeriac Steak

Mainly this blog is about extolling the virtues of wild garlic butter but also I wanted to share this cooking method for celeriac. I love to slowly roast it in a pan with ghee or butter. 628 more words

Vegetarian & Vegan

V: Vanilla Beans

V: Vanilla Beans

Are vanilla beans an herb? Most likely they’d probably fall under the ‘spices’ category. But I need a ‘V’ and I’m coming up blank. 411 more words