Tag Archives: Herb Gardening

Dandy Dill

I love my Dill plants more for their blooms than the use of the herb in my kitchen.  In the middle of summer heat when most flowering perennials are not looking their best, this tall beauty is showing off its goods. I started mine from seed years ago, because I was told butterflies love them. […]

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Do You Want to Grow, Salvia, Salvia or Salvia? HUH?

Salvia or the common name Sage refers to  a large group of plants, nearly 500 species, which are native to Mexico and South America. Salvia species include perennial, biennial, and annual plants. In my garden I grow a Herb Salvia ‘Common Sage’ and a Flowering Salvia ‘Victoria Blue’ Both Beauties! ***** One a banquet for your mouth […]

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Oh the beautiful Chive

My Chives are in full bloom.  I have a lot of them.  Why, because I am always late to cut the flower head back and end up with seedling here and there plus they grow like weeds.  Never one to throw away a free plant, I usually yank the newbie up and scratch a new […]

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