Growing herbs indoors usually requires a bit of effort but with the right advice, you can reap the rewards of a fantastic indoor garden that you can be proud of.
Have you ever had a cup of chamomile tea? Do you grow chamomile in your herb garden? If you like the herb then you are going to love the essential oil! *This post contains affiliate links* Why You Should Use Roman Chamomile as Your March Essential Oil of The Month! Today we are going to discuss the many benefits of roman chamomile essential oil! Scientific Name: First let’s look at the scientific name for roman chamomile. It is: Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis) Again, as we discussed
Lavender is one of the trickier perennial herbs to grow. It likes to be dry and warm, in a Mediteranean climate. When you live in one of the hardier growing zones, you need to know a few tricks to get lavender to succeed. But with these tips you'll be able to grow lavender successfully in zones 5 to 3. Give lavender a try in your garden.
Some of the herbs we often think of as culinary herbs also have incredible medicinal value as healing herbs. Oregano is one of these double duty herbs. See how you can grow, harvest, dry, and use oregano as a natural medicine.