Do you love growing your own herbs, but can’t always keep up? Are you sick of buying expensive herbs at the grocery store only for them to go bad before you’ve had a chance to use them up? Freezing your fresh herbs is the perfect way to make them last longer!
Few things make me feel more accomplished than being able to use my garden-grown produce when cooking. There’s something about it that makes me feel proud (and more like an adult, if we’re being completely honest). When cooking, I like to go off of smells to create my culinary artwork, but have realized when people ask for recipes I have no idea what to tell them. That’s when I decided to take some notes about the different herbs and spices I use when cooking. This blog post is a list of some of the herbs I use most, noticeable flavors/smells in each, and some suggested dishes/pairings.
Pruning is one of the most controversial issues amongst gardeners, as well as one that consistently comes with two questions: how and when does pruning happen? First, it’s important to understand why we should prune our plants. Then, we are going to talk about when to prune different types of trees and shrubs. Finally, we will discuss how to properly prune or cut back your plants.