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How to Grow Mint
... keep it from going woody. Harvesting: Pick leaves of this herb plant just before flowering. The best leaves to use are the top bud and first two leaves; pinch out the growing tip rather ... its creme de menthe fragrance is often used to flavor liqueurs, along with peppermint. Fresh leaves of mint may be added to tea for a refreshing drink or to brighten potatoes ...
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How to Grow Parsley
... weather by covering with cloches or straw. Parsley can also be grown well indoors. Harvesting: Pick leaves for continued regrowth. Remove flowering stems as they appear, but a few can be left ... attractive for garnishes but the most flavorful are the Italian or flat leaf varieties. Parsley leaves have mild flavoring and can be added raw to salads. Finely chop and sprinkle over ...
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The Gardener's Network : How To Grow Rosemary Herb Plant
... Rosemarinus Offinalis With thin, dark green leaves and pale blue flowers, ... leaves and use fresh, as needed, in the summer. As autumn arrives, pick leaves in the morning when the oils are at their peak. Spread leaves out to dry in a cool, well ventilated area. Or, pick and freeze immediately. Main Cooking Uses: The leaves ...
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Lavandula
... garden, pots, indoors. Culinary--pick flower stems just as flowers open, pick leaves anytime; dry stems on open trays or by hanging in small bundles; add leaves or flowers to stews, ... lavender early, 12" tall, greenish leaves 'Nana Alba' angustifolia white, 1˝-2" compact, silver-gray leaves subsp. pedunculata stoechas magenta-pink purple bracts, gray-green leaves 'Provence' x intermedia lavender ...
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Mentha
... (since invasive, as for erosion control), wet areas, indoors. Culinary--pick leaves just before flowering; dry, freeze or infuse leaves in oil or vinegar; teas (single or blended varieties), mint sauce ... hybrid, cold hardy to zone 5, variable, pink flowers Cultivars: Cultivars, other taxa species leaves 'Alopecuroides' x villosa large, round, apple/spearmint scent, Bowles Mint 'Candymint' x piperita ...
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The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Lemon Balm
... or light shade; rich, well-drained soil Uses: fresh leaves in tea, soups, stews, sauces, salads, vegetables, and iced drinks; dried leaves in potpourris and sachets; bees like flowers Propagation methods: seeds ... : powdery mildew Harvest: before the plant flowers, pick leaves as needed, or cut entire plant to 2 inches above the ground; for drying, place leaves on a wire rack in a warm, airy ...
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The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Lovage
... partial shade; rich, moist, well-drained soil Uses: fresh or dried leaves and stems in soups, stews, and sauces; fresh leaves and stems in salads; seeds in pickling brines, cheese spreads, dressings ... plants: 30 inches Spacing between rows: 30 inches Growing On... Pests: Diseases: leaf miners Harvest: pick leaves and stems at any time; harvest seeds when mature by cutting off flower heads and ...
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About the UK National Herb Centre at Warmington, near Banbury
... denser foliage, cut the flower stems before they bloom.Pick leaves just before the buds break. Cut and dry the green, tender leaves. Chervil leaves are used much like parsley - in soups, salads, sauces ... denser foliage, cut the flower stems before they bloom.Pick leaves just before the buds break. Cut and dry the green, tender leaves. Chervil leaves are used much like parsley - in soups, salads, ...
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Grass clippings and chopped leaves... - Winter Sowing Forum - GardenWeb
... leaves, and stuff them into 40 gallon bags, which get placed neatly at the curb on Sunday night, for Monday morning pickup. I pick ... leaves in clear bags. If any debris is seen through the bags, it is rejected and the homeowner must go through the bag and remove it. Makes my pick-ups a lot easier! RE: Grass clippings and chopped leaves... clip this post email this ...
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Camellias Australia Inc - Last additions/‘Noala’s Pick’
... . Home > Australian Raised Cultivars > Commercially Available > Sasanquas FILE 21/485 ‘Noala’s Pick’ 531. C. sasanqua 'Noala's Pick'. Applicant and originator: Thomas J. Savige (Deceased), Hawksview Road, Wirlinga, N.S.W ... mm x 20 mm, flowers moderately early in the season on an upright, bushy plant. Leaves mid-green, slightly curved, broad ovate, 63 mm x 40 mm. Centre variable, sometimes short ...
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