Have you ever smelled the aroma of a home made batch of spaghetti or marinara sauce? That aroma that wafts through the entire house, luring your family into the kitchen with the age old question, "What's for dinner?"
Of course the next step is everyone has to have a taste. That careful blend of fresh tomatoes and savory herbs is what makes the taste buds stand up and dance.
How about a sip of ice cold tea on a hot summer day with a hint of mint that you just picked fresh?
Well, we could go on and on but you get the idea. Nothing enriches our food like fresh herbs. Yes, and dried herbs as well (if they are dried yourself from fresh.)
Do you know that there is a generation of young people who have never experienced the pleasure of freshly picked herbs?
Oh sure, we can buy "fresh" herbs at our grocery store any time during the year thanks to modern technology and global delivery. But, just how fresh is fresh? Fresh to my way of thinking is taking scissors to the plant and snipping off what you need for the current recipe.
And, surprisingly enough more people are discovering the world of really fresh herbs for themselves. Nor are they paying a king's ransom for these tasty delights. How are they doing it? They are growing their own.
You may be groaning aloud right about now believing that you don't have a "green thumb." Well with our direction, you don't need one! All you need is a little instruction. Ask yourself these three questions: - What if you could feed your family fresh meals without preservatives? - What if you were able to serve them a healthier diet? - What if there were a way to insure better nutrition?
Well, there is and growing your own herbs is a snap if you know how. The only problem is finding out how to do it and how to do it right! Wel
You can find tons of information online about gardening. The only problem is that much of it is so technical you give up after wading through the first textbook like chapter!
Instead of a that, what you need is a simple, practical guide to starting your own herb garden and doing it with a minimal amount of time, effort and money. We have that guide. It's called "Simple Guide to Growing Herbs."
and some of the best parts are . . . - It really is a really easy garden guide without a lot of technical stuff. - It gets right down to the basics. - Cost of the guide is minimal – you'll laugh at the price!
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Learn how to grow herbs organically. Find out what popular herbs to begin with. Discover where to plant and when. How to use herbs in hobbies and crafts.