Category: In the Garden

Catnip- Summer Shade Garden

Herban Renewal July— Catnip

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ShareNepeta Cataria: Commonly known as Catnip Catnip is a favorite herb of mine. I have grown it for years. It is, when left to its own devices a large and sprawling plant, which will spread quite readily if not restrained. Classified as a herbaceous perennial, it is not long-lived, but self seeds readily, so once you have it, it is not… Read more →

Dill blooming by back fence. Dragon Crossing sign.

Herban Renewal April—Dill

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ShareBlooming in the Garden Now Living in sunny Florida as we do, there is nearly always something in bloom. Even in the winter, petunias, nasturtiums and snapdragons glowed with color in the garden. I have had a herb garden pretty much everywhere I have ever lived, and when we moved here, one of the first things Gaia and I did in… Read more →

Sun marker-- Welcome to the Garden.

Herban Renewal

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Share Herbs—The Homely Plants   Just in case people across this mostly frozen country aren’t jonesing for Spring’s arrival already, I thought that I would add this gallery of pictures of some of my herbs, past and present. To say that I have been a bit crazy about these plants for most of my life is putting it mildly. I… Read more →