Everything you need to know about growing herbs.

Basil in the Garden star
You can grow your own basil, eliminating the need to buy herbs at the store. Some herbs are hardy to grow outdoors all year long, while others you may want to grow outdoors during the summer and take indoors when the weather turns cold.

Double Duty Herbs star
In looking through some of my mother's old books, I found a list of some herbs that serve double duty. Cooking and pest control. What more could one ask?

Growing Herbs in Landscapes star
Herbs are wonderful to plant in the garden, or to have growing in a pot on your kitchen counter. But have you considered planting herbs to be a part of the landscape?

Growing Herbs Indoors star
There are many herbs that can be successfully and easily grown on a sunny windowsill. Read on to find out more!

Herb Plants for Every Home and Garden star
Every landscape and sunny kitchen windowsill should have herb plants growing. Add fresh herbs to your recipes, or to help clean the air.

Herbs and Their Many Uses star
We use herbs in cooking and potpourri, but it has so many other uses. Why not take a part of your garden and plant some herbs. Some are pretty and others will send fragrance into the air when you walk by.

Herbs to Accent the Garden star
Herbs aren't just for cooking, they can also enhance the landscape or garden area. Every time you brush past your herbs, they will emit a beautiful scent into the air.

How to Grow French Tarragon star
There are two different varieties of tarragon, so when choosing to grow tarragon for cooking, make sure you grab the right one. Look for plants marked "French tarragon."

Tips to Growing Using and Keeping Herbs star
With the cold weather, it's time to gather the herbs you planted in the garden. but, once you pick, gather, and transplant them in a pot, it is helpful to know how to grow, keep and use the herbs for your winter cooking pleasure.

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