Liven up your grilling with a marinade recipe for tangy, garlicky mojo starring homegrown oregano.
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Prep your garden so you’ll be ready for growing season when the temperatures are just right.
Find out what herbs to grow year round.
Add flavor and fragrance from your herb garden to handmade hostess gifts this holiday season. Infuse honey with the bold flavor of rosemary and treat your “helping hands” with a scented, soothing hand cream.
For gardeners and tea fans alike, growing your own herbal tea garden is an alternative to store-bought tea bags. Experiment with different flavor combinations for your own special tea.
Get all the flavors of Thanksgiving with minimum fuss when you use fresh herbs from the garden like sage and parsley. Try this grilled turkey tenderloin recipe for a flavorful herb makeover.
Bring heat-loving herbs indoors. They will thrive in pots placed on or near a sunny windowsill and you can use them year-round.
Make an herb DIY drying rack and preserve the fresh flavor of herbs from your garden.
Grow your own gourmet garlic this fall for tasty results.
Another reason to grow herbs near your grilling station – create an herb butter seasoned with herbs to melt over grilled steaks.
Get grilling with ideas fresh from Pinterest to extend your season of outdoor fun.
Dry your favorite flowers to keep the natural blooming beauty of summer going year-round. This craft preserves your favorite blooms by removing moisture and retaining the flowers’ original shape and color.