Category Archives: Herbs

The Kitchen Herb Garden

Bring flavor, health, beauty, and convenience to your family’s mealtime with your own kitchen herb garden. Continue reading

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Master Gardener’s Bookshelf: HomeGrown Pantry

Homegrown Pantry is a guide to planning, growing, and preserving vegetables, fruits, and herbs, with the goal of eating from your garden throughout the year. You will enjoy browsing through the pages and admire the beautiful photos, in addition to benefitting from all the excellent advice. Continue reading

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Q & A – Ask the Extension Agent!

Stumped by something in your garden? Ask the Extension Agent
❧ Frozen Fig Tree
❧ Topping vs Pollarding
❧ Pruning Herbs & Brambles Continue reading

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Rosemary & Lavender: Hardy Herbs that Often Survive our Winters – and Spice Up or Calm Down the Gardener or Cook

Here in the midst of winter we invite you to learn more about rosemary and lavender – their backgrounds, growth habits, and needs; their culinary, fragrance, and medicinal uses. Both herbs are ingredients for food or drink served as “tastes” at our annual AutumnFest celebration in mid-September. Continue reading

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