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Plant Profiles | August 1, 2012
The herb garden is a place where tradition rules — the same plants having been grown for hundreds of years — so it is surprising how rapidly Stevia (Stevia...
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Plant Profiles | July 2, 2012
Calendula (Calendula officinalis) are are delightful flowers to having blooming in the garden — they add vibrant color and attract butterflies and bees and...
In the Kitchen, Plant Profiles | June 2, 2012
This unique cone-shaped flower is native to the United States, and makes a great addition to your garden. The plant produces beautiful purple-pink or yellow flowers...
In the Kitchen | May 2, 2012
Lemon Balm (Lamiaceae Melissa officinalis) is actually a member of the mint family, except instead of having a minty flavor, it has lemon-scented leaves. Traditionally,...
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Escarole: If you desire delicious young tender leaves you can constantly thin the outer leaves, which helps to extend the life of the plant and provides you with tender green for saute or salads.
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