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from The Prudent Garden

Why You Should Grow Sage

Sage is a easy to grow plant that you should incorporate into you garden. Butterflies and hummingbirds love them and they a flavorful culinary herb.

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How to Burn Sage to Cleanse Homes

Sage is an herb that is known for its healing and medicinal properties. People have burned sage since ancient times to cleanse and purify objects and homes....I was give Sage from a Very Special Person and I will Rid my Home of Evil and Create Peace...M

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How to Make Essential Oils

Ancient Indians, Egyptians, Romans, Greeks and Chinese have used essential oils for almost 6,000 years for therapeutic, spiritual, cosmetic and medicinal purposes. You can make essential oils yourself from herbs, plants, trees and fruits in your garden using the same methods as people from these cultures. Store the essential oils in brown or blue...

from The Homestead Garden

Everything You Need to Know about Lemon Balm

I Love lemon balm...my last few died...I need some more! Lemon Balm is a fragrant, lemony-tasting plant that deserves a place in every household. Learn the medicinal benefits, culinary uses, and how to grow info for this delightful plant.

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How to Grow Cinnamon

"Grow your own Cinnamon! Cinnamon is well known for its culinary uses, yet it is hardly ever grown in ordinary home settings. Learn how to care for this surprisingly easy-to-grow tropical herb."

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Build a Raised Herb Garden Sanctuary

For that 'something extra', I love to use fresh herbs from my garden in my cooking. I have parsley, marjoram, sage, rosemary, dill (when in season), thyme, Vietnamese mint, regular mint & bay.