Galangal Vs. Ginger: What’s the Difference?

Galangal Verses Ginger What's the Difference

While galangal and ginger might look very similar, they have very different tastes, and you wouldn’t want to mix the two up! When shopping for ingredients to add to your dishes, make sure you can tell the difference between galangal and ginger. So what is the difference? How can you tell them apart? Do ginger … Read more

Why Is My Ginger Plant Dying? Causes and Solutions

Why Is My Ginger Plant Dying - Causes and Solutions

Ginger is a very hardy plant, which makes it a great choice for gardeners. Plus, it’s delicious, and is great for indoor gardening. But sometimes, ginger can run into growing problems. If your ginger plant is dying, you probably want to know why so you can fix the issue. In this article, I’ll talk about … Read more

What’s Eating My Mint? (Holes in Mint Leaves)

Holes in Mint Leaves - What's Eating My Mint

Mint is a lovely perennial herb that grows easily in most garden spaces. But if you’ve noticed holes in your mint leaves, you might be wondering what’s eating them. There are a number of pests that mint can attract and cause holes in the leaves. The good news is these pests can be identified and … Read more

Spots on Oregano Leaves? Causes and Solutions

Oregano Herb Plant - Spots on Oregano Leaves

Oregano is a valuable herb for cooking, so if you start to notice spots on your oregano leaves, you’ll want to address the issue as soon as possible. In this article, I’ll explore the possible reasons why oregano leaves get spots and what to do about them. The spots on oregano leaves can be different … Read more

11 Herbs to Grow Indoors (and How to Grow Them)

Thyme and Basil- Herbs to Grow Indoors and How to Grow Them

There are many benefits to growing herbs indoors. You don’t have to worry about outside temperatures, so you can grow plants no matter where you live. And, you can sometimes keep them producing for longer indoors than out. So what are the best  herbs for growing indoors? And how do you care for indoor herbs? Do … Read more

Can You Eat Rosemary With Yellow Spots? (Answered!)

Can You Eat Rosemary with Yellow Spots

While out to harvest some rosemary recently, I noticed my rosemary plant had yellow spots. Wanting rosemary for roasting potatoes, I wondered if you can still eat rosemary with these yellow spots. I also wanted to know what causes the yellow spots on rosemary and how to fix them. So I did some research and … Read more

Growing African Blue Basil: Plant Profile and Propagating

How to Grow African Blue Basil 1

Would you like to grow year-round basil? Then look no further than African blue basil. This easy-to-grow perennial basil will put on a show of flowering blooms to attract bees to your vegetable garden while being entirely edible. So let’s dig into growing African blue basil plants and explore recipe ideas for using the herb … Read more

How To Grow Dill For An Abundant Harvest From Your Edible Garden

Dill herb flower

The scent of dill brings back memories of homemade tomato soup made by my grandmother. She garnished the soup with fresh homegrown dill, straight from her garden. Now when I grow dill, I’m taken back to those fond childhood memories of eating her delicious soup, filled with homegrown goodness. Growing dill is easy so let’s … Read more

Curry Leaf Plant: Growing, Caring and Eating Curry Leaves

Curry Leaves - How to Grow a Curry Tree

Growing your own curry leaf plant will mean an endless supply of fresh curry leaves on hand for your favorite dishes. And Growing a curry leaf plant is rewarding. So let’s find out how to grow a curry leaf plant, how to care for the tree and ideas for eating curry leaves. Fristly, What is … Read more

How To Grow Garlic: Growing And Harvesting The Best Garlic

How to Grow Garlic

Do you love the idea of growing your own garlic but not sure how to go about it? You’ve come to the right place. Find out how to grow garlic here, where we guide you through growing and harvesting the best garlic at home. First, let me reassure you that garlic is very easy to … Read more