Q: Every spring I lose several herbs that are supposed to be winter hardy. What can I do to improve the winter survival of these herbs?
The first thing Chef Timothy Tucker did after signing on as chef at the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope in Louisville, Kentucky, in January 2005, was start an herb garden. Learn more.
Savory (Satureja hortensis), which has been used to treat digestive problems, is an old-fashioned, mild culinary herb that cooks have used for centuries.
During times of the Pharaohs, herbalists added chicory juice to rose oil and vinegar to treat headaches.
Gather inspiration for your spring garden with these uncommon treasures.
Although you might not be able to travel to the islands each winter, you can pamper yourself at home with island-inspired body-care treatments.
This Spiced Honeycomb Candle recipe includes step-by-step instructions to create an aromatic candle for family or friends. Originally published as "Herb-wrapped Illumination" in Herb Companion.
This Embedded Herbs Candle recipe includes step-by-step instructions to create an aromatic candle for family or friends. Originally published as "Herb-wrapped Illumination" in Herb Companion.
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