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Latest Activity: Nov 16, 2012
My wife and I have a growing concern that we will not be able to afford quality health care in the future. Even with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the cost of health care continues to spiral…Continue
Started by Mark Norton. Last reply by Mark Norton Nov 16, 2012.
So, one of the things I like best about growing herbs is that they are available to harvest very late in the season, meaning that you can harvest some fresh for Thanksgiving. Today, my husband and I…Continue
Started by Krys Cail. Last reply by Krys Cail Nov 22, 2010.
I've dug up my old herb bed and replanted into a larger closer to the kitchen beds, but have tons of chocolate mint left over. Someone looking for a good iced tea mint, this is the one to use :-)Let…Continue
Started by Susan Verberg. Last reply by Joey Diana Gates Jul 16, 2010.
My uncle gave me some mint recently, and it's started the battle of the herb garden in our house. I'm ready to stick it in the garden anywhere and move it next year if it's not in a great spot (poor…Continue
Started by Valerie McMartin. Last reply by persephone doliner Jun 25, 2010.
What do you do with all of yours?I've liked drying, freezing as pesto, and freezing in juice or water. Freezing straight (predictably) didn't work out so well. This year I've made lemon balm and mint…Continue
Started by crowjoy. Last reply by Katie Quinn-Jacobs Jun 25, 2010.
Hey, I thought I remembered seeing on the seed packet that my parsley was a perennial...but although it was thriving well into fall, it's gone! And it ain't comin' back! Did the bunnies (errrr) get…Continue
Started by Katie Quinn-Jacobs. Last reply by crowjoy May 19, 2010.