Herbs are, by and large, easy to grow and unbothered by pests and diseases. Still, they have so many uses, it’s difficult to not feel a little guilty that you’re not using your herb garden to its full potential. Learn how to get the most out of your herb garden every day.
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Use fresh rosemary from your herb garden to make a sparkling non-alcoholic beverage with grapefruit juice.
Make gourmet honey when you infuse honey with fragrant rosemary leaves from your kitchen garden. Get the step-by-step instructions.
Enjoy piney rosemary this holiday season. Rosemary is a favorite in the kitchen and the branches can be used to make wreaths and decorate your home.
Create an herbal salt with fragrant lavender and use it in your kitchen creations.
Bring heat-loving herbs indoors. They will thrive in pots placed on or near a sunny windowsill and you can use them year-round.
With lots of sunshine and a little bit of care, you can grow herbs like rosemary, thyme and parsley indoors during the coldest months.
Decorate your front door this Christmas season with a festive rosemary wreath using a surprising base from the hardware aisle.
Harvest and preserve herbs from your garden for year-round use.
Enjoy the bounty of your garden and the fun of baking when you combine freshly picked herbs and a classic bread, the rustic French fougasse.
Accent your next bouquet of flowers with edible herbs.
Grow a collection of your favorite kitchen herbs by combining them in containers. Most herbs are willing to share small space quarters as long as they get plenty of light.