Herbs For Beginners – How to Grow, Dry and Use
People have been growing herbs for cooking and medicine for centuries. Chances are you’ve been using bottled dried herbs as a flavouring in your cooking. The problem is, once the bottle is empty, you’re out of herbs. But, if you grow your own, you can have a never ending supply of fresh or dried herbs.
Here are some tips on how to get started indoor growing and using herbs for cooking This is their list of recommended cooking herbs and what taste they add to your foods.
Here are six herbs you can make tea with. The site has tips on their medicinal properties and how to grow them.
- Lemon Verbena
- German Chamomile
- Lemon Balm
- Anise Hyssop
- Raspberry Leaf
Here are the top 5 medicinal herbs you can grow and what each one is used for and here is a list of 10 more. And if you’re not sure where to start this site has tips on how to start your medicinal garden. The good news is, a lot of these medicinal herbs are used in cooking as well. So you’ve got more reasons to start growing your own herbs.
Before you jump right in and start paying out good money starting your own herb garden. Here are 10 mistakes not to make when starting your herb garden. And once you’re ready, here are some tips on growing your indoor herb garden. Once you’re growing your own herbs, you’re going to want to dry them so you can preserve them.
That should give you some good reasons to grown your own herbs and help you get started if your a beginner!
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