If you love using fresh herbs in your recipes then growing an herb garden is for you before you start planting take a look at these 8 herb garden tips for cooks what to plant when to harvest and more. The cooks herb garden shows you how to grow your own supply of herbs close to hand on a window ledge balcony in pots just outside the backdoor or in a vegetable garden the cooks herb garden contains a photographic catalog of around 150 herbs and varieties describes the culinary components of the plant and how best to use them in cooking. Heres herb girl doing another book review on an herb book shocker read on for our book review of the cooks herb garden by cox and moine it was a small no nonsense book that covered its topic well and of course had lovely graphics a must for me and simple information on herbs any cook might use in their kitchen. A small informal dedicated culinary herb garden might occupy as little as 5 x 12 ft 15 x 35 m but you can still pack in plenty of herbs you do not need a path as you will easily be able to reach all the plants from either side if you have a choice as to where to put the herb garden position it where you can see it best. There are a plethora of herb garden ideas you can choose from that will literally spice up your life the best thing about this kind of gardening is that it really doesnt take a lot of effort to put together some herb garden ideas can be as simple as throwing a few seeds in a trio of tin pails and setting them on your kitchen window sill
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