Organic Herbs

Jump – Start For Collards In Your Garden

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Jump – start for collards in your garden! How? We prepare the soil in our collards beds in fall, and sow the seeds right then. A light mulch of straw and /or chopped leaves protects the seeds over the winter. So, as soon as the soil thaws in early spring, they are ready to get […]

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Hyssop. Add To Your Garden To Attract Hummingbirds & Butterflies!

by Polly Garden Recipes

Hyssop. Add to your garden to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Besides, this tall and pretty plant also brings bees to pollinate your garden. The minty flavor of the hyssop leaves can be made into tea that is good for sore throats. You can put hyssop leaves in a soup or in a salad to add […]

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Garlic Bread: Right On Taste, Light On Calories!

by Polly Garden Recipes

Garlic bread: right on taste, light on calories and is so delicious. People think that because garlic bread consists of much more than just baked flour, it would be very challenging to create. Quite on the contrary, it is incredibly easy to make with bread machine. Some people love to knead bread. Maybe it relaxes […]

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Planting Garlic: Great, Not Late

by Polly Composting

Planting garlic: great, not late if you put it in the ground right now. Garlic is hardy (remember, it grows in Siberia)! Harsh  weather conditions will stunt its growth and make it less resistant to insects and disease. If you want great garlic,  you need to encourage it to be strong. It is all about the  […]

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Sage Is A Healing Herb For All Seasons!

by Polly Garden Recipes

Sage is a healing herb for all seasons. Why?  Because cold weather doesn’t have to signal the end of your sage harvest! To extend the season and keep the sage coming, pot up a clump or two of your favorite sage, then leave the pots outdoors for several weeks. Once the plants have gotten a […]

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