Just because your garden’s gotten away from you, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it! Learn how to use the flowers from your overgrown veggie garden around the house.
Stop paying high prices for poor-quality herbs at the grocery store. Grow your own instead!
The Herbalista's container garden is planted and almost ready for harvesting. Check out her five favorite herbs to grow in an herb container garden.
Say cheers to the health benefits of cilantro.
For a natural cleanse, try detox herbs such as dandelion, milk thistle, turmeric and more.
The Federal Drug Administration has issued a cilantro recall on a certain brand of the popular herb. Read on to keep your family safe.
Grow leafy greens and herbs indoors this winter for year-round fresh, inexpensive and organic food.
This sweet, tart, colorful salsa is a surprisingly complex medley that transforms simple and familiar flavors into something really special—but takes only about ten minutes to prepare.
USDA tests have discovered pesticide residue on a large majority of cilantro samples, including products not approved for use on the herb.
One beginning gardener is growing oregano, basil, cilantro and stevia this spring.
Learn how to make this cool summer drink, which puts an untraditional twist on iced tea.
Check out these tips for growing cilantro, an aromatic herb that is often used in Mexican cooking, from our newest guest blogger.
Companion planting can help your favorite plants achieve their full potential.
Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion about cilantro. It's bold appeal becomes overwhelming for some. Let's just chalk it all up to genetics.
If you're growing cilantro plants, sow the seed directly in your garden to use in various dishes.
The best herbs for fall, and the most commonly grown, are cilantro, dill, arugula and chervil, along with the edible flowers of calendula, violets and nasturtiums
Try these Texan tips for planting herbs in the fall.
We're still frosting in Kansas but the herbs have gone on sale, and I'm happy to report that even though times are tough I'm keeping our nurseries in business. Chocolate mint, pineapple sage and lemon thyme are just a few of the herbs I've added so far this spring.