Tarragon Growing Tips – Which Variety Will Do Best In Your Zone?

Learn how to grow your own estragon. | GardenersPath.com

Tarragon is one of the mainstays of the kitchen herb garden, but not all varieties are created equal. Some have a true licorice flavor, while others don’t. And some are better suited for cool spring temperatures, while one performs best in hot, dry climates. Get all the information you need right here on Gardener’s Path!

Fun With Dandelions: Food and Medicine

Dandelion flowers, leaves, and even the roots can be used for food and to create herbal remedies. | Gardener's Path

Although most folks dismiss it as a weed, dandelions are some of the tastiest and nutritious herbs growing wild. Super simple to collect and use, this common legume has many medicinal uses and has been used historically to cure and treat all sorts of ailments. Find out more now!

The Top 5 Mediterranean Herbs: Growing, Eating, and Healing

The Top 5 Mediterranean Herbs: Growing, Eating, and Healing | Gardenerspath.com

What should you start growing in your culinary herb garden? Consider the five most common Mediterranean seasoning herbs to start – they’re not just easy to plant and harvest, either indoors or out in your garden, they also help to bring out exceptional flavors in your meals while adding natural, healthy healing elements to foods and natural remedies. Read more now.

Combating Cold Season Naturally

Combating Cold Season Naturally | GardenersPath.com

Do you have a stuffy nose blues but don’t want to take over-the-counter-medication that may fog up your head? If so, check our our guide on clearing up your sinus and nasal issues with natural home remedies.

Fancy Tropical Herbs for Your Garden

Fancy Tropical Herbs for Your Garden | GardnersPath.com

Do you like the exotic taste of lemon grass and ginger infused dishes? If so, then grow your own! Read our guide to find out how simple it really is.

How to Grow Herbs

Using containers for your herbs | GardenersPath.com

Not only do herbs add fragrance and color to the garden, they’re excellent in for use in home remedies and flavorful recipes as well. Learn how to grow them in our own garden with out tips, right here on Gardener’s Path.