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Spices and herbs, flavour, and health? Thought they couldn't go together?
Spices and herbs don't just add great flavour to your food, they are healthy too....
Chicken in Orange Sauce
This Chicken in Orange Sauce recipe is not only quick and easy to make but also absolutely delicious. Orange sauce has a great flavour and compliments the chicken. Enjoy this great tasting dish with your favourite vegetables and rice!
What is Your Favourite Herb?
Everyone has a favourite herb - don't they? I have several depending on the use, I love good old fashioned mint. The aroma of crushed mint leaves is incredible, and what would a beautiful Lamb Roast be without home-made mint sauce?
Growing the Dandelion Herb Plant
he dandelion herb plant is a perennial that will grow for a couple of seasons without needing replanting. It propogates from seed and if you are not careful this plant will overtake your herb garden (and your other garden beds, not to mention your lawn!)
Where I grew up, dandelion herb grew wild in lawns and paddocks. My parents and grandparents all considered this plant to be a weed.
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Edible flowers can be enjoyed in many different ways
There are edible flowers that contain nutrients like vitamins which are essential to our body
Herb Garden Plants
You can grow many herb garden plants from seedlings that should be readily available at your local garden store. If you need more information about how each herb is grown before you make your decision, just click on any of the links below to read more about that particular herb garden plant.
Anise Hyssop has the scientific name Agastache Foeniculum and is also commonly known as Licorice Mint.
The scientific name for Anise is Pimpinella anisum. This plant is a warm season annual that is grown from seeds.