Herb Garden Guide
Herb Garden Guide
Get expert advice on all things herbs with this FREE guide
OK, so you want to start growing herbs. Where do you start? How do you preserve them? What if you don’t have much space for a garden? You’re in luck! This FREE guide covers all of this and more!
Here at Countryside, we have compiled this FREE guide to walk you through the process of getting started – everything from Designing to Planting to Storing to Selling your homegrown herbs.
Download it right now!
This truly is a complete guide on herbs. Countryside Network publishes Countryside & Small Stock Journal, so you know we’ve got expertise you can rely on. Plus, we know exactly what questions you have, and we answer them all in this free guide!
This guide is written in straightforward language – no jargon! Plus, it delivers all of the basics. We wrote the Herb Garden Guide to help you …
- Design and Plant an Herb Garden that is Right for You
- Store Your Culinary Treasures
- Dry Herbs
- Plant a Spaghetti Herb Garden
- Create Gift-Giving Ideas for Your Herbs
In short, take the stress out of figuring out how to get started with herbs … download this FREE guide right now!
Let’s start at the beginning: Herbs are beautiful and functional. Design an herb garden that will both enhance your well-being and meet your herb needs. This guide provides plans to help you get started.
Of course, there are other things you will need to consider before jumping into herbs. What kinds will you need? How will you preserve your herbs once they are harvested? We’ve got that covered. Drying is just one option, and we have tips on how to do that successfully.
This is just one tip, shared by one of our readers:
I use my microwave for drying herbs. I have basil, sage, oregano, marjoram, thyme, dill weed, lemon balm, peppermint, spearmint, cilantro, stinging nettle, mullein, yarrow, parsley, celery leaves, and savory.
I put a layer of herbs on a white paper towel placed on a white paper plate, then cover with another paper towel and an inverted paper plate. This is microwaved on “high” for sixty seconds. I check for dryness, then recover and turn the whole thing over for another sixty seconds. I repeat this process until the herbs are dry.
They keep their color this way — when I was air-drying, they would turn brown, especially the basil and parsley.
Just the right amount of information
If you’re searching the Internet for herb gardens, you’ve probably noticed that there’s almost too much information out there. Different suggestions for herbs to plant and possibly unproven garden designs. We help you determine which herb garden design will work for your needs, how to choose the right herbs, AND give you proven advice from our experts, as well as fellow homesteaders, on how to preserve your harvest.
This guide is different: We separate the good from the bad, ignore the in-between and give it to you straight. For instance, whether an herb is a perennial or annual will make a difference in how you design your garden. Plus, certain herbs love full sun… others, not so much. After reading our guide, you will get to choose what will work for you!
One day you might be an herb expert, but in the meantime, read our guide!
We wrote the Herb Garden Guide to help you …
- Rejuvenate Existing Herb Beds
- Use Your Herbs in Vinegars and Jellies
- Grow Herbs in the Winter
- Harvest, Clean, and Package Herbs to Sell
In other words – why wouldn’t you read this free guide before starting on your herb garden journey?
Complete confidence in 26 pages
Yep, that’s exactly what we want to give you with this free guide: Complete confidence. It will only take you 30 minutes or so to read it, but it will give you all the basics and then some, saving you time, money and aggravation down the road. Even if you’ve never researched herb gardening before, you’ll be completely prepared, ready to tackle this new adventure – and actually enjoy it, instead of losing sleep over it!
So why not download the free guide right now, and start on your herb journey. When you see all the information we provide, it will start to seem much less challenging than you might have thought.
Yours for beautiful herb gardens,
PPS: Remember, this useful guide is absolutely FREE and instantly downloadable. There’s no need to wait to get this expert, hands-on advice from Countryside!