Harvesting Stevia and Lemon Verbena
Stevia I grow every few years. I dry the leaves and powdered and seal into canning jars. I use it in place of sugar, a tiny bit goes a long way! Home grown stevia that is powdered is green. Not sure what they do to the stuff that sell in the stores they claim is stevia as it's white and sure doesn't taste like the stuff I…
Thank you so much. I need to move my plants to a new location. I was wondering if this is a good time of the year.
Slugs and tomatoes
Sou Coupe plant French marygold. Songs live the m und Pferde the m oder tomatoes.
Do these critters flash in black light? Could you post a picture of the difference with and without black light?
Planning the fall garden
Hi Jens! I'm doing my first fall/winter garden this year! I'm in 8b and also planning mostly greens. We don't usually get a lot of freezing temperatures, but it happens enough that I'll be making some covers for several beds when needed. My Swiss chard and a Russian white kale overwintered nicely last year, accidentally. A…
Question About Growing Peach Pits
Yes you throw out the hard pit and just use the soft kernel. He said to put them in a baggie with moist soil and leave it in the fridge for 3 months. Can't wait to try this! I have planted peach pits before and nothing grew so now I know why!
Gongurra? Gongura? What to do with it?
I photo would be helpful however I have been growing cannabis for decades and never heard of hibiscus cannabis..this plant does have many names depending on where in the world you are..sorrel and Hibiscus Sabdariffa in either case I have found some great info for you health uses and nutrition info…
Identifying wildly growing plants
Lucky you! I've never seen Yarrow in my area. But Mullein and chamomile abound in good supply. Mullein is wonderful as it is one of the herbs that helps asthma which abounds in my family. I always keep 2 jars of dried chamomile on hand to use in teas. If you want to see what all Yarrow can help with you can do a search on…