Category Archives: Herb of the Week

Herb of the Week: Dill

Dill (Anethum graveolens) is an aromatic, up to 75 cm high herb, with a hollowed stem and small leaves. The inflorescences bloom from July to September, and can be 15 cm in diameter. Dill needs a sunny spot in a garden … Continue reading

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Herb of the Week: Aloe Vera

Aloe vera (Aloe vera & Aloe barbadensis) is a plant native to south Africa. It has thick, spiny, and up to 60 cm long green leaves that are full of gel with healing properties. Aloe vera has yellow or orange flowers that appear from … Continue reading

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Herb of the Week: Chives

Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) is up to 25 cm high plant with aromatic, tubular leaves and lilac blossoms in the time of blooming (June–July). It is native to Europe and Asia. Chives can be grown on gardens, on a sunny or half shadow … Continue reading

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Herb of the Week: Yarrow

Native to Europe, Asia and North America, yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is an aromatic herb, growing wild on meadows on a sunny position. It is up to 90 cm high, and has small white flowers that bloom from June to October. Yarrow … Continue reading

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