Herbs are one of the easiest and most rewarding plants to grow in the garden.
Not only are they beautiful, fragrant, and attractive to beneficial garden insects, their uses extend far beyond the plate or kitchen cupboard.
Herbs are also typically quite easy to grow, and some of them even prefer very little care.
I love growing herbs, and in the years since I’ve added them to my garden, I’ve learned much about these fascinating plants.
One of the most popular series here on the blog has been the “Know Your Herbs & Spices” series, which began this year.
While you can always look up a specific herb here, I decided to make it more convenient by combining 7 of the easiest and most useful herbs into a single e-book that makes it handy to have a single collection of just what you’re looking for.
7 Easy-to-Grow Herbs for Your Herb Garden includes historical information, growing and harvesting tips, and ways to enjoy each of the profiled herbs, which include sweet basil, oregano, rosemary, parsley, mint, lemon balm, and Mexican tarragon.
Included is a list of links at the end of each section giving you more information and ways to enjoy each herb, as well as further links at the end of the book that provide tips on growing and expanding your garden without spending money.
I’m happy and excited to offer the free e-book, 7 Easy-to-Grow Herbs for Your Herb Garden, to you for download. If you’ve ever considered growing your own herbs, adding them to your existing garden, or simply growing a kitchen windowsill herb garden, then you’ll find plenty of information and inspiration in this e-book.
I hope you’ll enjoy getting to know a little more about some of our most beloved herbs, and finding fun and delicious ways to use them.
Download your free copy here.