While lots of herbs won’t survive winter outdoors, many herbs freeze very well inside.
Indoors or outdoors, there are many ways to grow your own fresh herbs. Take advantage of the early Spring weather and start planting your garden today.
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Instead of just freezing herbs, blend them first for tasty combinations you can use later in sauces or to flavor drinks.
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All summer long, most gardeners stop herbs from flowering by pinching off the tips but, by September, I relent and let my herbs produce pretty little flowers.
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Freezing herbs is faster than drying them and they taste fresher. Try it now and you’ll have herbs at your fingertips come winter.
Herbs are a pretty and practical filler for pots. Low growers like oregano and thyme spill over the sides in a lovely way; while higher herbs like basil, mint and rosemary add some structure as taller companions to flowers.
There’s a reason experts say not to plant annuals before Mother’s Day around here, because until mid-May, there’s still the chance of an overnight frost.
You can make a lot of great holiday gifts from dried herbs you grew this year.
Planting a pot of herbs makes it easier to recreate all kinds of favorite flavors and recipes, since fresh herbs are often best scattered on food as it comes off the grill.