My Must Grow Plants: Culinary Herbs

Culinary herbs are so beneficial and easy to grow, even if you have very little space. Herbs are actually what I suggest people grow when they are just starting out as gardeners. Yes you can grow tomatoes your first gardening season, but to help gain confidence in the garden herbs are the place to start….

Spring Blog Post Round Up For Gardening

Spring is knocking on our doorstep, just days away is the vernal equinox! Today I want to share with you a round up of some of my gardening blog posts as the start of spring signals growth in the garden. Below you can find some of my most popular gardening blogs to help you grow…

3 Herbs To Use In Your Kitchen During The Winter

I love plants for so many reasons. I’d probably say my number one reason for loving plants is their ability to nourish us. Whether it’s vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, whole grains or herbs (both culinary and medicinal), etc. plants have the ability to support and nourish our bodies. The key to getting the most benefits…

Herbs for digestion

Hippocrates said, “All health begins in the gut.” I have to agree, so many of our health issues stem from digestive or gut issues. My functional nutrition teacher Josh Gitalis always says, it’s not just you are what you eat, but it’s what you eat, digest, absorb and assimilate. Supporting our digestive health through food…

Culinary Themed Herb Gardens

If you are new to kitchen gardening or gardening in general, the best place to start is with herbs. My first big tip I could give you is to grow what you love. The second tip would be to grow those things that are hard to come by in a grocery store or those things…

Chives

Chives are probably hands down the easiest thing to grow in your kitchen garden. They are also one of the first green leaves to pop up in spring lasting until frost in the fall. You can harvest from them over and over again too. They are prolific growers, if left to go to seed chives…