It's not too late to plant cover crops to increase your garden soil's fertility and enhance garden beauty this winter.
The unexpected, freezing temperatures in southern Texas haven't kept our guest blogger Cynthia down. Here are some of her cold weather, garden care tips.
Cynthia, our guest blogger from Texas, winterizes her herb garden in preparation for the first winter snow.
Winter has certainly set in Texas. Learn more abouth how our Texas guest blogger is preparing her garden for the winter by perusing seed catalogs.
Protect your herb garden from freezing temperatures with Cynthia's winter gardening advice for Texas gardeners.
Make a yule log—out of wood or chocolate—and welcome the sun’s return.
This simple and delcicious spring soup is sure to be a favorite among kids and adults!
Celebrate Meatless Monday with this sweet, tangy spring risotto.
The Lemon Verbena Lady shares how snow has helped her winter herb garden grow.
Guest blogger KyLynn Hull shares an inexpensive and easy recipe for yellow pea soup, a low-fat but tasty vegetarian soup.
In the South we bring in the new year eating black-eyed peas. You should try my pie—it might even bring you luck wherever you live!
Try a vegetarian version of traditional Hoppin John for good luck this New Year's day.
Making your own baby food not only saves you money but allows you control over what's in your baby's food. Get started—and find out just how easy it is—with these homemade baby food recipes.
Sick of the winter cold already? So are we. So here is one way Herb Companion staffers are surviving this winter: herbal baths.
April can be such a frustrating month for an outdoors-woman in Colorado.
Readers share what they are doing with their herbs until spring arrives.
Gray skies and frigid temperatures can leave you feeling down in the dumps. Here are a few ways to brighten your day even when the sun is nowhere in sight.
Warm up winter with a vegetarian tofu curry.
If Thanksgiving weekend left you craving light, nutritious meals, try these recipes for winter-friendly salads.
This recipe can warm you up on a cold night in December or nurse you back to health when your next head cold strikes.
Jessica recommends several sources for inspiration to grow vegetables into the fall and winter.
Give winter sowing a try to chase away winter doldrums. Here is a step-by-step guide.
Desperately waiting for the arrival of spring? Have patience! Using container herbs will help keep your spirits up during this long winter.
If you've been keeping up with this year's Winter Olympics, you may have noticed the strange bouquets being handed out to Olympians. Learn more about them.
Don’t let the flu, a cold or any aches, anxieties and pains get the best of you this season. With the season already upon us, here are a few herbs, fruits and foods to consider to help relieve your aches, pains and anxiety.
If your holiday’s on a budget, give a gourmet holiday gift like biscotti.
Don’t let your lips dry up this winter season, take a few tips and pointers from Janice Cox and make your own lip gloss and soothing balms.
Impress dinner guests with this easy-to-make creamy tomato and crab bisque.
One herb gardener decides to fill one of her garden beds with spinach, nasturtiums and minutina.
Get inspired by early winter to decorate your home.
Try these simple tips to keep yourself hydrated and drinking more water this winter.
Have the winter blues? Maybe it’s something more. Discover common symptoms, myths and facts to begin understanding the prevalence of seasonal affective disorder.
The ground hog may be signaling an early end to winter, but today's a day to stay in with good food, an arsenal of craft projects and a warming bath.
Grow leafy greens and herbs indoors this winter for year-round fresh, inexpensive and organic food.
Save your throat this cold season with homemade, herbal cough drops.
Use winter down time to learn a new hobby, such as cross stitch, crochet, knitting and crewelwork.
Step up your holiday entertaining with this simple and elegant French Verrine recipe.
Learn about the history of mistletoe and find out how to grow this Christmas plant.
Guest blogger Sonya Newenhouse tests the performance of her new Passive House by not turning on the heat—and enthusiastically reports that you can comfortably live furnace-free in Wisconsin in the winter.
Boost your immune system, control your cholesterol levels and stay full longer with healthy, easy-to-make winter soups.
New studies discover the health benefits of dark chocolate, which include helping people relieve stress.
The depths of winter are officially here, but with a few slight behavior modifications, you can beat the winter blues.
Inspired by an upcoming article on winter garden design, Jessica shares a project that turns autumn and winter plants into an elegant holiday centerpiece.
The NewenHouse kit home has officially received Passive House certification! The Passive House is also the highest-rated Energy Star home in the state of Wisconsin.
Get into the holiday spirit by learning how to grow your own holly plants and discover the many uses of this seasonal treasure.
Strengthen your immune system now with herbs for improved vitality and protection from stress and winter illness.
Decorating for the holidays does not have to be complicated. Use our recipes for cinnamon spice and gingerbread cookie ornaments to add simple beauty and fragrance to your home.
Fresh fruits and veggies can still be grown during the winter; just grow them indoors.
This winter wreath welcomes visitors and wafts a wonderful scent
Kale is gaining popularity as a healthy, versatile superfood in the kitchen. Kale can be used for cooking soups, salads, stews and can be eaten raw or cooked.
The fragrant, taste and texture of cinnamon make it a popular spice during the winter months. Cinnamon not only tastes good while cooking but has an array of health benefits.
The Lemon Verbena Lady shares her favorite holiday cooking recipes with bay laurel, the 2009 Herb of the Year, and other festive herbs.
Improve circulation with these seven warming herbs and spices, recommended by Brigitte Mars from The Huffington Post.
Craving fresh food during the long winter months? Here are nine vegetables that you can find fresh in February--and great ways to prepare and serve them.
Howard Naturals Leather Conditioning Cream is loaded with creamy, natural ingredients that made my dull boots instantly shine.
My favorite fast food during the hectic holidays? Bread and soup. In the time it would take to get drive-thru on the way home, you'll be sitting down to a bowl of bliss that will warm your heart and soul.
Keep your home healthy and aromatic for the holidays!
Give your living space the smell of Christmas with these fragrant, inexpensive holiday decor ideas and disguise your artificial Christmas tree with homemade pine cone decorations.
If you are new to cooking with herbs, try adding flavor to your meals with these six culinary herbs.
This homemade masala chai tea recipe will warm you up this fall and winter.
Mix and match these ingredients for simple skin care that will keep you glowing all winter.
Try this perfect pie dough recipe and discover answers to aggravating pie crust problems and pie-making blunders.
Start your health regimen by looking at what you've been doing before. You have to take charge of your health regimen, not anyone else.
It’s never too early to start thinking about planting your garden for the spring. I know I am already thinking about spring and warm weather. Spring officially starts Sunday, March 20th and it’s important to know when it is the right time to purchase your flowers and begin the planting process.
Grow herbs indoors over the winter months with this simple gardening idea.
The Herb Society of America (HSA) was invited by Lake Metroparks Farmpark to decorate a Christmas tree in their main lobby. Learn how they decorated the tree.
Natural Home beauty blogger Kim Wallace reviews Kaylala’s No. 7 Afterglow Rejuvenating Serum, which is made from moisturizing ingredients such as emu oil, organinc evening primrose oil, vitamin E and jojoba oil.
It’s getting colder, and even those of us with oily skin are starting to notice dry patches and flakes on our face. Fight dry facial skin with these natural skin care tips.
A reader's request leads Lemon Verbena Lady into exploring the works of William Shakespeare for some of the herbal flowers and herbs of Elizabethan England. There is so much that there had to be a second act.
As you combat dry facial skin this winter, consider using a moisturizing face mask, such as Kahina Antioxidant Mask, once a week to treat your skin to an extra dose of high-power hydration.