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Instead of purchasing a new rosemary plant every year or starting new plants from seeds, try growing your own from stem cuttings. It is easy to take rosemary cuttings from an established mother plant and grow new rosemary plants.

Instead of purchasing a new rosemary plant every year or starting new plants from seeds, try growing your own from stem cuttings. It is easy to take rosemary cuttings from an established mother plant and grow new rosemary plants. - New Gardening Ideas

Even if you don’t have outdoor gardening space, there are plenty of herbs that can be grown indoors successfully on a sunny windowsill. If you do grow herbs in your garden, fall is a great time to think about starting an indoor windowsill herb garden to grow herbs indoors.

Growing an indoor herb garden during winter can be challenging. Some herbs do fine while others need more light and warmth than a kitchen windowsill provides. After experimenting over the years, these are my top five herbs that thrive inside all winter.

Garlic is so easy to grow in your vegetable garden. With a small amount of work you can grow all that you need for a whole year.

Outdoor Decorating/Gardening : Garlic is so easy to grow in your vegetable garden. With a small amount of work you can grow all that you need for a whole year.

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9 Great Ways to Preserve Your Herbs and Use Them All Year Long

When your herb garden grows more than you can use, there are a couple of great ways to preserve your herbs and have them available all year long.

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Brew Your Own Herbal Beers! Before hops were popular (we’re talking hundreds of years ago), a wide variety of herbs and spices provided the bittering and flavoring characteristics to balance beer’s malty sweetness. By using herbs in your own homebrew, you

Brew Your Own Herbal Beers! Before hops were popular (we’re talking hundreds of years ago), a wide variety of herbs and spices provided the bittering and flavoring characteristics to balance beer’s malty sweetness. By using herbs in your own homebrew,