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  • Annette's Herb Garden - Herbal recipes, information on medicinal herbs, and herbal crafts.
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  • Alternative Nature Online Herbal - Information covering aromatherapy, cooking, growing, and selling of herbs. Site offers plenty of clear and colorful photos of herbs offered.
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  • Ann McCormick - Articles by the herbal writer and speaker focusing on growing and using herbs in the home throughout the seasons.
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  • Backyard Gardener - Information on popular herbs. Offers general and specialty gardening tips.
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  • Beagle Ridge Herb Farm - Organic herbs, display gardens, nature trails, list of workshops, and free newsletter available. Open seasonally, groups welcome by appointment.
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  • Botanic Name Cross Reference - Common and uncommon names of herbs are cross-referenced with their botanic counterpart. Offers links to further information.
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  • Culinary Herb Guide - Primer on growing herbs, with cultural and culinary information on commonly used herbs. Offers pointers on herb garden design.
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  • Garden Guides - Herbs - Collection of articles on selecting, growing, and gardening with herbs.
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  • Gardens Ablaze - Herbs and their medical, magical, and culinary uses.
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  • GardenWeb - Herbs Forum - Forum is for discussion of both growing and culinary uses of herbs.
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  • Ginseng - Guide to growing, harvesting, preserving, and selling ginseng and related plants.
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  • The Green Chronicle - Information on growing many types of herbs. Offers links for buying seeds.
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  • Growing Herbs - Several articles on culture, propagation, and use, as well as descriptions of commonly used herbs.
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  • Growing Herbs in the Home Garden - Offers information for beginning herb gardeners on history, cultivation, harvesting, and uses of herbs.
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  • Growing, Selecting and Using Basil - Information on culture, harvesting, uses, and varieties of basil.
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  • Hallelujah Herbs - Provides tips for indoor herb gardening, as well as uses in cooking, teas, and health. With articles about commonly grown herbs.
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  • Harvesting and Preserving Herbs - North Carolina University's Horticulture Department offers information on preserving healthful and fresh-tasting herbs by using simple methods.
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  • Henriette's Herbal - Facts on growing and using culinary and medicinal herbs. Offers collection of plant pictures, articles, and classic herbal texts.
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  • herb festival selling herb products and perennials - Herbfest is a festival of activities lasting ten days, and held in Wake Forest, N. C.
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  • The Herb Gardener - Blog about various herbal topics: growing tips and uses in cooking, remedies, decorating, and crafts.
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  • Herb Substitution Chart - About.com offers simple ways to substitute herbs in recipes.
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  • 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.
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  • Herbal Gardens - Herbal gardening, cooking, and crafting are explored. Several gardening links offered.
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  • 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.
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  • Howie Brounstein's Home Page - Links given for those interested in botany, wildcrafting, herbal smoking mixtures, medicinal FAQs, herb schools, and plant databases.
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  • Iden Croft Herbs - Information covering herb profiles, teas, specific usages, and garden planning.
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  • Living Herbs - Information on herb companion planting, teas, and classic herb mixtures from a New Zealand herb nursery.
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  • Mint Farming - History and information on mint farming.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • O'Toole's Herb Farm - Certified organic herb nursery and gardens. Offers wholesale and retail herbs and a gift shop of herbal products.
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  • Penn State University's Directory of Herbs - 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.
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  • A Pinch of Herb - Journal of starting a small herb garden in the kitchen, including recipes and tips about herb gardening.
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  • Richters Herbs - Provides answers to readers' questions and includes articles on herb growing and usage.
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  • Sally's Place Herbs - Offers tips on growing, cooking with, history of, and medicinal uses of herbs.
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  • Stevia Rebaudiana - 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.
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  • Sweet Woodruff - Information on growing and using Sweet Woodruff
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  • Thyme for Sage Advice - Information about growing and using herbs from common varieties to the unusual.
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  • 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.
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  • Virginia Cooperative Extension: Herbs - Information about cultivation, propagation, harvesting, and drying, with specifics for several commonly grown herbs.
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  • Weekend Gardeners' Herb Seed Starting - Offers facts on herb seed cultivation and transplant care.
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  • Willow Pond Farm: The Potting Shed - Organic herb farm offers a collection of articles about herb care and uses.
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  • 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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