Category Archives for "Herb Gardeing"
To a gardener, the soil is an important matter. Important doesn’t have to mean expensive. 7 natural soil amendments for free or (ALMOST) free.Continue reading
If I say marshmallow it probably conjures up childhood memories of campfires and smores. Rightfully so. However the marshmallows we have today only received the name of the herbal healing plant our ancestors once knew. The marshmallow benefits and uses are many, while any side effects are very few if any at all. The root […]Continue reading
What if I told you it is something so beneficial you’ll want to pull out more than once a year on Thanksgiving? Sage benefits are vast aiding everything from cholesterol levels to stress levels sage just might be one herb to consider for both your spice cabinet and your medicine cabinet. Herbs are the mother […]Continue reading
Old man winter has not been officially kicked out for the year. However warmer days are phasing in and out, birds are chirping, nests are being built, and the firsts of the garden plants are starting to show growth. As spring starts knocking on the door, you may be doing like I am and thinking […]Continue reading
Ounce for ounce, herbs and spices have more antioxidants than any other food group. -Michael Greger Herbs have this almost romantic thing about them. The power they hold, the flavors, the ability to completely change a dish! I have grown a fantastic love of herbs in recent years. Though I do not know nearly enough […]Continue reading
Rarely in life do we run across things that are true benefits in many areas of life. Thyme is one of my favorite examples, of things that are just that. Thyme is so amazing, in so many areas. Thyme in the garden is a miracle plant. Thyme in our bodies is a miracle cure, a […]Continue reading
Herb Garden Anticipation 2015 growing season comes with so much excitement and anticipation here at the upcycled family. This post is mostly because I am so excited about herbs and growing them I couldn’t wait any longer to show you the herb garden for the year. This represents our second year growing our own herbs but […]Continue reading