“From soothing aloe to spicy horseradish, subtle-sweet marjoram to savory thyme, discover the exceptional flavors and gentle healing capabilities of more than 40 of the plant kingdom’s finest here in the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Directory of Culinary and Medicinal Herbs. Our tour of the herb world is your one-stop shop for reliable information on cultivating, cooking and healing with these special plants.”Ready? Click here for all things herbs… Simply scroll down and click on the herb you’re interested in and learn how to grow it, how to cook it, and when applicable – how to turn it into a simple home remedy. While I can’t necessarily endorse everything they suggest – I think it’s a great resource to look into. Please share this with your friends! And do you have some experience growing herbs yourself? Share it with me in the comments below. 🙂
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Cindy ogartyJune 2, 2015
I HAVE A BIG QESTION: FIRST OF ALL, ORGANIC IS GREAT!
BUT…… ARE THE SEEDS “HEIRLOOM?” I THINK SOMEWHERE
YOU ALSO NEED TO ADDRESS THIS ISSUE, IF YOU HAVEN’T
THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK, WHEN YOU HAVE THE TIME.
CINDY FROM SANDY (OREGON)
Jennifer GarciaJune 2, 2015
Good point Cindy about the seeds being Heirloom as well.
PaulJune 3, 2015
Great comment. Are you referencing Heirloom as apposed to Hybrid I’m guessing? If so, that’s a great note to address sometime. I actually don’t have anything against hybrid plants as it is something that happens naturally in nature. Any time you cross two dogs you get a mutt that is a hybrid of the first two. In a sense we are all “hybrids”. It’s simply crossing two tomato varieties for instance and coming up with a new variety.
That being said, they are not so good for saving the seeds from because you cannot guarantee that the seed will produce true to type. It may revert back to one of the parent varieties.
Hope this helps! And if you’re especially wanting heirloom seeds than Bakers Creek is a great company to look into.
Ysabel CastroOctober 26, 2015
Am interested in cooking, calinaryherbs home remedies and medical
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