With just a glance at the tags, see how all kinds of plants have been used around the world across the centuries to treat a myriad of maladies.
Mint likes to wander. It won’t be contained by a pot – or a fence. It just keeps going and may start to smother other plants.
During the happy hour event at the College of Physicians, you’ll find out how herbs have been used for centuries not only to add flavor to food but also for health and healing.
A new series of classes from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society takes place at the recently-renovated Herb Garden at the College of Physicians.
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.
If you need a gift in a hurry, even just to bring to a party, here’s an idea if you grew some herbs this year.
Some herbs can be quite helpful but others can be potentially dangerous and just because they are over the counter does not mean they are necessarily safe.
Emmanuelle, located behind PYT at the Piazza at Schmidt’s, raises the bar when it comes to mixology.
The New Year begins with hope for health and good fortune – and often a hangover or bellyache from overindulging at holiday parties. For centuries, people have found relief in herbal remedies from the garden.
Even though fall has arrived, all is not lost in your garden. Plants that hate the heat and thrive in the cooler seasons are happy to be back in your garden – and on your table once again – come September.
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.
French Basil is well-known around the world, also called Greek Bush Basil, Spicy Globe Basil, or maybe the most common name it goes by is Boxwood Basil. And it’s a somewhat versatile little herb.
I don’t grow tons of food and none of it in the ground but rather, in big planters to put it at easy reach for me, yet further from the bunnies.
According to the results of a Mayo Clinic study, high doses of the herb American ginseng over two months was found to reduce cancer related fatigue.
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.