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Many herbs are perfect for the heavier soups and stews of winter. Here is a list of my favorites. Many can be grown indoors!

Growing marjoram is a great way to add both flavor and fragrance in the kitchen or garden. Marjoram is an easy to grow herb well suited for growing in containers as well as the garden.

Mugwort: The Magic of Mugwort

The Magic and Myths of Mugwort

Mugwort is an herb that is found fairly regularly in many modern Pagan magical practices. From its use as an incense, for smudging, or in spellwork, mugwort is a highly versatile - and easy to grow - herb.

Marjoram

The warm, sweet flavor of marjoram makes it one of the best culinary herbs. Sweet marjoram has pungent, gray leaves with satiny textures and bloom clusters that consist of handsome, green petal-like b Burpee

Not only do the soft, fuzzy leaves absorb blood and help it to clot more quickly,...

Wooly Lamb's Ear leaves, use as antibacterial bandage. Leaves absorb blood, and contain antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

growing sweet marjoram

Try growing sweet marjoram in your garden during warm months, then bring it inside to keep harvesting the tasty leaves throughout the winter.

: Growing sage in your home garden will ensure you have enough to use for cooking savory and sweet dishes and use medicinally. Sage is good for skin care, women's hormones, and cold and flu season. Learn how to grow and use sage in this article.

Growing and Using Sage

: Growing sage in your home garden will ensure you have enough to use for cooking savory and sweet dishes and use medicinally. Sage is good for skin care, women's hormones, and cold and flu season. Learn how to grow and use sage in this article.

Tips and tricks for growing basil and keeping it pest-free and happy.

How to Grow Pest-Free, Healthy Basil

How to Grow Pest-Free, Healthy Basil or "Slugs, Bugs and Other Garden Thugs" - A basic primer of how to identify and combat the "spoilers" in your herb garden.

marjoram garden herb

This is a guide about growing marjoram. Grown as either an annual or tender perennial, marjoram has medicinal as well as culinary uses.

Spearmint is the Quintessential Summer Herb. Read why here http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/12282/spearmint-is-the-quintessential-summer-herb

Spearmint is the Quintessential Summer Herb - Vegetable Gardener

Salvia officinalis: Salie  Salie geeft smaak aan wit vlees, vis, sauzen, vullingen, charcuterie, groenten, kaasbereidingen en soepen. In thee en kruidenazijn. Medicinale plant. Gebruikt in de parfumerie en in de aromatherapie.

Salvia officinalis: good all year round, sage, use for cooking too. Need this as a contrast to all the red / pink colours.

Marjoram - "Has a more mild, sweet flavor than oregano with perhaps a hint of balsam. It is said to be “the” meat herb but compliments all foods except sweets. Common to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods, marjoram is grown domestically and imported mostly from Egypt. Consider it a natural for meat dishes but don't hesitate to use marjoram to season vegetables served cooked or raw, fish and chicken or dishes with eggs and/or cheese. It is especially good along with other herbs in beef…

Marjoram Grow Guide

Marjoram pairs well with vegetarian, pasta, and mediterranean dishes.

Carole's Chatter: Here are the common culinary herbs

This poster contains photographs of 12 of the most common culinary herbs by name, scientific name, and general uses. Each herb was photographed individually in the studio with a

An a-z list with pictures and descriptions of common and edible weeds, you can forage so much right from your yard!

"Why Edible Wild Food? >Food costs are rising >Free, wild food is readily abundant >Wild food adds nutrition to your diet >Wild food can help treat various medical conditions"

Sweet Marjoram | Sweet Marjoram Plants | Buy Sweet Marjoram Herbs | The Growers Exchange

Marjoram 'Sweet'

'Sweet Marjoram' is among our most popular culinary herb plants. It has a much sweeter flavor, described as "balsam-like".

Stevia from Bonnie Plants. A natural, calorie-free sweetener. Dry and crush it for year-round use.

Grow stevia for its sweet leaves and for the green color it brings to your herb garden. Stevia as a tea sweetener

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Rosemary — Herb Gardening 101 | The Kitchn

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Rosemary

When I think of rosemary, I imagine the rolling hillsides in the south of France, peppered with wild rosemary bushes

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