A jewel of a wild plant, jewelweed, with its distinctive yellow and orange flowers, is both lovely and a welcome aid to anyone who encounters poison ivy.
It’s hot out there, and your chickens are surely feeling the heat, but these herbs will help your flock survive the summer with essential nutrients and other benefits.
Every cut flower bouquet needs some greenery, and herbs can make great additions to the vase! Check out these 5 herbs that work great as cut flowers.
Yes, mint is an aggressively spreading herb and can quickly take over a garden, but with tons of benefits, I find the extra effort to grow this plant worth it.
Harvest common chickweed for its cooling, drawing and nutritive benefits in salads, soups and teas. It’s a beneficial and easy-to-find forage!
Ready to turn your horticultural hobby into a business venture? These 10 specialty crops combine the joy of growing with income earning potential.
You can grow perennial herbs to make refreshing medicinal tea to enjoy and cultivate wellness. Here are some herbs to consider as you establish a garden.
Also known as alehoof or ground ivy, this herb, common to mulched gardens and landscapes, provides a number of respiratory benefits.
When it comes to home remedies, the list is long for treatments to help chicken ailments. However, not all are as effective as you may be led to believe.