Herbs – the useful plants.  Not that all plants aren’t useful. Even many considered weeds are useful.  Herbs can be defined as plants that are herbaceous – soft instead of woody, usually die to the ground in colder climates.  For this blog I use the definition of herbs meaning plants which are used for culinary, medicinal, or craft purposes.  So this blog will cover woody as well as herbaceous, herbs as well as spices – some you may not have heard of before.

I welcome questions about herb growing and use.


About Beuna, Garden Inspire

As a garden coach, Beuna Tomalino has had the opportunity to help others grow their own food organically. Educated in Ornamental Horticultural from Utah State University and self taught in organic methods and multiple methods of gardening she helps others grow food no matter where they live. Beuna recently released the book Herbs to Know 2: Wild Medicinal & Edible Plants which she co authored with Kathy Wilson, Master Herbalist.

Posted on October 12, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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