We grate it onto coleslaw or use it as a main ingredient in a fiery sauce that traditionally accompanies roast beef. Here’s how to gvrow your own horseradish.
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Unlike those overbearing herbs that dominate whatever dish they touch, French tarragon is a gentle mediator of flavors. Here is how you grow this aromatic herb in your backyard.
You don’t need an elaborate plan. They are quite the neighborly bunch. Here’s how you can fix a place for herbs in your garden this summer.
We are right now approaching a distinct juncture in the gardening calendar. If you happen to live in the Northern Hemisphere, then May and June
If you have a leaky pond or a perennially wet patch in your backyard, you can convert it into a child-safe bog garden. Here’s how.
Planting is not confined to spring and fall. You may have sound reasons for sowing seed in summer. Here is how.
Native plants are gradually earning space in backyard gardens everywhere. Here’s how to incorpoate them into your garden.
The ancient Greeks used lavender to fight insomnia and back aches. Mary is said to have washed the feet of Jesus with lavender ointment. Here’s how to grow lavender in your backyard.
The flowers of late summer and autumn are particularly gorgeous. Here are seven flowers to plant in your summer garden.
No gardener worth his salt will allow his guests to sit on a grimy patio chair or eat newly-harvested vegetables at a dirty table.
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