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Annette's Herb Garden
Herbal recipes, information on medicinal herbs, and herbal crafts.
Alternative Nature Online Herbal
Information covering aromatherapy, cooking, growing, and selling of herbs. Site offers plenty of clear and colorful photos of herbs offered.
Information on popular herbs. Offers general and specialty gardening tips.
Beagle Ridge Herb Farm
Organic herbs, display gardens, nature trails, list of workshops, and free newsletter available. Open seasonally, groups welcome by appointment.
Botanic Name Cross Reference
Common and uncommon names of herbs are cross-referenced with their botanic counterpart. Offers links to further information.
Culinary Herb Guide
Primer on growing herbs, with cultural and culinary information on commonly used herbs. Offers pointers on herb garden design.
Garden Guides - Herbs
Collection of articles on selecting, growing, and gardening with herbs.
Herbs and their medical, magical, and culinary uses.
GardenWeb - Herbs Forum
Forum is for discussion of both growing and culinary uses of herbs.
Guide to growing, harvesting, preserving, and selling ginseng and related plants.
The Green Chronicle
Information on growing many types of herbs. Offers links for buying seeds.
Provides tips for indoor herb gardening, as well as uses in cooking, teas, and health. With articles about commonly grown herbs.
Harvesting and Preserving Herbs
North Carolina University's Horticulture Department offers information on preserving healthful and fresh-tasting herbs by using simple methods.
Facts on growing and using culinary and medicinal herbs. Offers collection of plant pictures, articles, and classic herbal texts.
Herb 'n Cowgirl
Articles by herbal writer and speaker Ann McCormick focusing on growing and using herbs in the home throughout the seasons.
herb festival selling herb products and perennials
Herbfest is a festival of activities lasting ten days, and held in Wake Forest, N. C.
The Herb Gardener
Blog about various herbal topics: growing tips and uses in cooking, remedies, decorating, and crafts.
Herb Substitution Chart
About.com offers simple ways to substitute herbs in recipes.
Herbal Companion Planting in the Vegetable Garden
Plant herbs for the beneficial or protective properties they offer to nearby vegetables. Examples of combinations, and of pest deterrent and nematocidal qualities.
A Herbal Guide for your Garden
A herbal guide from NSW Australia that includes personal observations, facts and tips in growing and using an list of herbs.
Howie Brounstein's Home Page
Links given for those interested in botany, wildcrafting, herbal smoking mixtures, medicinal FAQs, herb schools, and plant databases.
Iden Croft Herbs
Information covering herb profiles, teas, specific usages, and garden planning.
A Modern Herbal
First published in 1931 by Mrs. M. Grieve, the online version of this work contains medicinal, culinary, cosmetic and economic properties, cultivation and folk-lore of herbs.
The National Herb Centre
Plant centre and gift shop at Warmington with gardens displaying herbs, children's area, nature trail, and licensed bistro. Photographs and details.
O'Toole's Herb Farm
Certified organic herb nursery and gardens. Offers wholesale and retail herbs and a gift shop of herbal products.
Penn State University: Herb Directory
Provides cultivation hints, companion plants, and harvesting methods for many herbs. Access specific herb information by entering common name, use, plant type, or plant family.
A Pinch of Herb
Journal of starting a small herb garden in the kitchen, including recipes and tips about herb gardening.
Provides answers to readers' questions and includes articles on herb growing and usage.
Sally's Place Herbs
Offers tips on growing, cooking with, history of, and medicinal uses of herbs.
Article about propagation, cultivation, and uses of this subtropical plant used as an alternative sweetener, as well as comments on the controversy over its health effects.
Information on growing and using Sweet Woodruff
Thyme for Sage Advice
Information about growing and using herbs from common varieties to the unusual.
Traditional Herbs for Winter Interest
University of Washington's Medicinal Herb Garden (in January) shows quality photos of herbs, shrubs, and trees associated with medicinal botany.
Virginia Cooperative Extension: Herbs
Information about cultivation, propagation, harvesting, and drying, with specifics for several commonly grown herbs.
Weekend Gardeners' Herb Seed Starting
Offers facts on herb seed cultivation and transplant care.
Winterizing the Herb Garden
North Carolina University's Horticulture Department offers hints for overwintering herbs. Information given on fertilizing, watering, and pruning in preparation for winter weather.
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