Blog — medicinal
Growing a medicinal garden: Dill
dill garden growing herb medicinalKristyn Bango
Dilll (Anethum graveolens) is an herb with a long standing in history, used among ancient herbalist like Hippocrates. It has been mentioned through history in the Roman and Greek Empires and the Bible. Dill comes from the Norse word meaning “to lull”.
Growing a medicinal garden: Basil
basil garden growing herb medicinalKristyn Bango
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is native to Asia and warmer areas of the Mediterranean region. Basil comes from the Greek word meaning royal and it has traditionally been seen as a symbol of love and hospitality. There are over 60 different varieties of basil.
Growing a medicinal garden: Parsley
growing herb medicinal parsleyKristyn Bango
Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is native to the Mediterranean region which is apparent in its common use among Greek and Italian dishes.
Pasley us often seen in curly leaf and flat leaf varieties. It can be grown in a large pot inside on a window sill with partial morning sun or outside.
Growing a Medicinal Garden: Rosemary
garden growing herb medicinal rosemaryKristyn Bango
Herbs can boost your mood, aid in digestion and provide flavor to make tasty healthy dishes, and that's just the beginning.
The first herb we are taking a closer look at is rosemary:
Rosemary - Rosmarinus officinalis: means “dew of the sea” it's often referred to as the herb of remembrance.