~~A DIY girls adventures in life and her garden.~~
I use only heirloom, non-gmo seeds for the healthiest garden I can grow!
Thanks for the mentioning the benefits of these herbs. I like to grow lemonbalm and basil, but I have never grown borage before....
I have been meaning to find lemonbalm. I need to get seeds ASAP.
Hey Jennifer!!! Check out Mary's Heirloom Seedshttp://marysheirloomseeds.com/herb-seeds.html
Hi Mary, Love this post. I love using lemon balm for many things- as a insect repellent, using it on cold sores and quite a few other things. I don't grow since it doesn't grow well where I live. Your looks great. Will share on social networks. Have a wonderful healthy day and thanks for sharing your knowledge.
I have lemon balm and basil and I used to have borage, but it died out a few years ago after some reworking of the garden. I will have to get it going again....especially since it helps w/ the tomato worms - we have almost none of them, but need to lower that number. :) Thank you for posting.
Thanks for the tips! I grow all three and love them! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
I love herbs in the garden. Last year I got some lemon balm and basil... will be expanding this year!
Parsley, scientifically referred to as Petroselinum crispum, is commonly used as a vegetable, herb, and spice. It is a flowering plant originating from the Mediterranean region and is commonly used in European, American, and Middle Eastern dishes. Parsley can be divided into three styles in general: curled leaf, flat-leaf, and Hamburg.Read Full article: https://healthzex.com/nutrition/parsley-benefits/
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