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The mint herb is easy to grow, harvest and used in teas or aromatherapy medicinal benefits. The types best suited for teas are peppermint and the Moroccan mint. The mint herb was so highly esteemed in Biblical times that the Pharisees collected tithes in mint.
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Short herb roots are plants that have a grown depth of 3 to 8 inches approximately. They provide some weed control when planted near other crops such as tomatoes for vegetables or basil for herbs.
Rose herb gardens are a great addition to your themed garden for aromatherapy, biblical or tea herb garden. Learn how to design, plant and care for this herb. Roses are called the “Queen of Flowers” not only because they are the most sought after, but the most widely planted
About me Herb Garden Lady website is designed to educate and inspire you to grow many differnt herbs and use those herbs you’ve grown. I operate a small lavender herb farm here in central Vermont and my focus is lavender for skin care, aromatherapy and herb gardening.
The basil herb plant is easy to grow, cook, and preserve. Start this edible plant from seed in spring and grow many varieties of this important culinary herb.
Grow lavender herb to eat the edible flowers, aromatherapy soaps and sachets. Or create your own medicine chest to promote health.
Companion plants are used in companion gardening like dandelion, thyme, nasturtium, yarrow and other herbs that strengthen other plants or distract harmful insects.
Aromatherapy garden design involves the herb plant species to not cross pollinate therefore producing a true essential oil you want to distill for later use or to sell. When designing an aromatherapy garden design the most important part of gardening is soil requirements.