It’s finally time to start harvesting my herbs! Actually, I’ve been harvesting my herbs for a while, I was just still calling it “pruning” instead of “harvesting”. There is a difference between pruning and harvesting herbs, but it’s a fairly small one Remember my first post about how to prune your herbs? The gist...Read More »
Best DIY Projects : 10 Herbs You Need To Grow - Fresh herbs have a long history of medicinal and culinary uses. And some herbs, have both properties. Depending on your goals, these 10 versatile herbs are ideal for most gardeners.
Herbs in "frozen" olive oil is one of my favorite ways to harvest. The herbs don't get dry , brown and brittle in the same way they do when they get frozen in water. They also retain their scent and flavor much more effectively!
Epsom salt can be used as a natural fertilizer in the garden. Used in a spray-on solution, it helps fight magnesium deficiency in tomatoes and bell peppers and promotes vegetable growth. And honestly here I thought it was soaking for my feet in.
Gardening Tips… Basil Basics: Prune basil regularly for best flavor. About every four weeks, prune basil back to just above the bottom two sets of leaves. If allowed to flower, it will lose flavor. From Fine Gardening.