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February 14, 2009

How to Grow Culinary Herbs

Filed under: herbs — Tags: , , , , , , — TopVeg @ 4:29 am

How To Grow Culinary Herbs is an ebook produced by TopVeg and FarmingFriends. The ebook is on sale now and explains how to plant a herb garden or grow your own herbs for cooking.

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At a cost of only £3 the How To Grow Herbs For Cooking eBook will provide you with information about:

  • how to grow herbs,
  • sizes of herbs,
  • growing herbs in containers,
  • when to plant the herbs,
  • best location for planting,
  • suitable soil types,
  • when to harvest,
  • how to preserve herbs and
  • their culinary uses.
    • How To Grow Basil.
    • How To Grow Bay.
    • How To Grow Borage.
    • How To Grow Chervil.
    • How To Grow Chives.
    • How To Grow Coriander.
    • How To Grow Cress.
    • How To Grow Dill.
    • How To Grow Fennel.
    • How To Grow Florence Fennel.
    • How To Grow Horseradish.
    • How To Grow Lemon Balm.
    • How To Grow Marjoram
    • How To Grow Mint.
    • How To Grow Nasturtium.
    • How To Grow Oregano.
    • How To Grow Parsley.
    • How To Grow Rosemary.
    • How To Grow Sage.
    • How To Grow Tarragon.
    • How To Grow Thyme.
    • To buy the How To Grow Herbs For Cooking eBook for yourself or as a gift for a friend or a family member please click the buy-now button:

      The How To Grow Herbs For Cooking eBook also includes a set of 21 herb growing cards which can be individually printed off and taken into the garden for easy reference.Testimonials:
  • Donna in Florida said in October 2009:  ” Thank you for your ebook. It looks great! I know this will really be of help to me. I love the individual herb growing cards”
      • Countryside connection say:

        “Sara Ridsdale has written a wonderful book with Sally Osgerby, entitled How To Grow Herbs For Cooking. The ebook is available through Sara’s website www.farmingfriends.com for only £3.00 and as the proud owner of a copy that has been in constant use since early April, I can attest to its excellent and practical advice. Whether you are planting your herbs in your garden, window boxes, in indoor pots for the kitchen windowsill or in garden containers, you will find detailed information. In addition to guiding you through every step of the way, the book provides helpful answers to any questions you might have about how and where to grow a wide variety of herbs for the best results; which are best for certain dishes; how to take cuttings from existing plants and how to preserve and dry them.

        I highly recommend this wonderful book and as for fresh herbs when cooking . . . if you aren’t already using them (and hopefully growing some of your own favourites) you cannot imagine what you are missing. I promise you that even the simplest, basic omelette is transformed into culinary magic when fresh herbs are added, especially when you have just picked them from your own garden, window box or container.”

        Audrey from Holland says:

        Your ‘how to grow cards” are fantastic.
        I am going to be growing cress with a class of children and would very much appreciate your card on growing cress as an educational resource.

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    6. What a great site!
      Your ‘how to grow cards” are fantastic.
      I am going to be growing cress with a class of children and would very much appreciate your card on growing cress as an educational resource.
      Many thanks.
      Arlene

      Comment by Arlene Weijdema — June 17, 2009 @ 6:10 pm

    7. Arlene
      Thanks for your kind words. The pdf of the ‘how to grow cress card’ is on its way. We hope the children enjoy the project and would be interested to hear of their progress. TopVeg

      Comment by TopVeg — June 17, 2009 @ 8:53 pm

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    12. Looks like a good ebook on growing herbs =)

      Comment by Nova of Home Herb Garden — January 9, 2010 @ 12:03 pm

    13. Hi Nova thanks for your comment
      TopVeg

      Comment by TopVeg — January 10, 2010 @ 10:07 pm

    14. I need to find a good provider of herbal remedies does anyone know of a good place to find quality supplies?

      Comment by Kimbra — September 11, 2010 @ 1:26 am

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