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On the Road and Back--Springtime in Indianapolis

On the Road and Back--Springtime in Indianapolis

It is a challenge to be a traveling gardener--especially in the spring! Here are two gardens not to miss if you are in the Indy area.

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Edible Places in Vertical Spaces

Edible Places in Vertical Spaces

If you’re looking for an easy way to expand your vegetable growing options, just Garden Up!

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Center Stage Sage

Center Stage Sage

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A container of sage planted last spring is finally ready for its starring role in one of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes.

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Autumn Gold

Autumn Gold

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All across the country, the earth is adorned with many hues of gold. Recently, I returned from a road trip that took me from the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas to the Rockies in Colorado, and back.

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Get a Head Start on Your Cilantro

Get a Head Start on Your Cilantro

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I love cilantro in the garden, but it's the fastest bolting herb I've ever come across.

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Fashionable Sage is a Wise Choice for the Garden

Fashionable Sage is a Wise Choice for the Garden

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When horticulture and high fashion meet, the results are chic, stylish and definitely delicious.

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Homegrown / Homemade: Basil

Homegrown / Homemade: Basil

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Whatever kind of basil you grow, pruning keeps your plants bushy and productive. Danielle shows Sarah how to pinch back the basil plants and remove the flowers, then Sarah shows Danielle how to whip up a quick dish: Thai Stir-Fried Chicken with Basil.

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Visiting Gardens in the Summertime

Visiting Gardens in the Summertime

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It is summertime and the livin’ is easy—that is if you are at home in the a.c. with a long, tall cool drink of lemonade or iced tea. I have been out on the road, giving lectures and visiting public as well as private gardens. Fortunately, I am with like-minded people, those who like to garden and cook...

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Culinary Herbs That Grow Well in Shade

Culinary Herbs That Grow Well in Shade

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Let go of perfection - herbs can deal with a little shade.

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The Herb that Keeps on Giving

The Herb that Keeps on Giving

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Chives are an easy-to-grow, oniony herb that turns butter into something better.

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How to Grow Basil

How to Grow Basil

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When I first fell in love with gardening, my biggest seducer was herbs. I found herbs to be not only one of the easiest types of plants to grow, but they were also the most fun to create a garden with - not to mention the most versatile group of plants out there.

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Perfect Plant Pairings

Perfect Plant Pairings

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Just like pairing wine with food, vegetables can be matched with their most compatible herbs. A good pairing brings out the flavors of each to help you get the most from your garden.

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Sweet Bay (Laurus Nobilis): The Herb of Frankenstein

Sweet Bay (Laurus Nobilis): The Herb of Frankenstein

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Truth be told I would still describe its attitude as mild-mannered. But in a baby Godzilla sort of way.

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Herbal Harbingers of Spring: Lemon Balm

Herbal Harbingers of Spring: Lemon Balm

In most parts of the country our gardens are coming alive and we are rejoicing that spring is upon us. We delight as the first herbs appear in the garden and combine their flavors with seasonal...

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Plant Dill This Spring

Plant Dill This Spring

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Dill is a treat as a salad crop, and also in the form of dill seed. It is easily grown; why not plant some now?

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Celebrate Dill!

Celebrate Dill!

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It is time to welcome dill as herb of the year for 2010, chosen by the International Herb Association for its culinary, ornamental and medicinal traits.

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Spring Green

Spring Green

Spring is in the air! It is time to start foraging for new plant growth and harbingers of spring in our gardens—celebrating green.

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Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

I'm always looking for more ways to seduce the good guys to my garden.

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An Indoor Herb Garden Tides Us Over Until Spring

An Indoor Herb Garden Tides Us Over Until Spring

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Record snowfall in the mid-Atlantic this winter has kept us inside, so why not sow some seeds indoors?

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Savory for Winter Dishes

Savory for Winter Dishes

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I’ve been discussing the robust herbs for warming winter dishes in my blogs for January and part of February and Savory is my last, but not least entry. I believe that savory is an underused...

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