The book walks you step by step to creating a beautiful herb garden.
- How to Grow 6 of the Most Delicious and Beautiful Herbs: This guide has growing tips for a selection of six of the most delicious and versatile herbs: Parsley, Mint, Rosemary, Coriander (Cilantro), Lemon Thyme and Dill.
- Special Tips for Growing in Cold Climates: This book is especially very useful for gardeners in the cold regions of the world. It contains lessons learned from the author’s happy (and sometimes frustrating!) adventures in the garden for growing herbs successfully in cold regions like Canada and Europe.
- This slim volume is a mini-encyclopedia of the most essential information that every gardener needs: Tips for growing in indoor containers as well as in the outdoor garden, how to select the type of soil for indoor plants vs outdoor plants, how to prepare garden soil for indoor containers, the things to keep in mind when using artificial light, when to apply which fertilizer, the fertilizer pitfalls to avoid, how to propagate plants from roots and above all creative ideas to enjoy your harvest with your family and friends.
Let Your Inner Gardener Flourish
Gardening is tricky since it is not an exact science. There are so many things like climate and pests that can influence the best laid plans. That unpredictability is also the charm of gardening. This book empowers you to embrace that unpredictability and be successful through best-practices and lessons learned from the field.
In this book, “Grow an Edible Herb Garden: A Beginner’s Guide: Start a Garden with 6 Easy to Grow Delicious Herbs,” the author shares with you a deep love for plants. You would fall in love with these easy to grow herbs which can magically transform any meal into a delicious feast. The gardener in you will be inspired to grow plants and continue exploring the world of herbs and gardening.
Each of these 6 herbs – Parsley, Mint, Rosemary, Coriander (Cilantro), Lemon Thyme and Dill – is tremendously useful in the kitchen and the recipes with which you may have struggled for years, may get magically transformed by the infusion of just a few fresh leaves of these fragrant plants. Even when your traditional recipes don’t include one of these fresh herbs, if you challenge yourself to try them, you may soon not be needing to buy the packaged spice powders from the stores!