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  • A Modern Herbal: First published in 1931 by Mrs. M. Grieve, the online version of this work contains medicinal, culinary, cosmetic and economic properties, cultivation and folk-lore of herbs.
  • Allexperts Herbs: Veteran gardener volunteers answer questions about growing herbs.
  • Alternative Nature Online Herbal: Information covering aromatherapy, cooking, growing, and selling of herbs.
  • Ann McCormick: Articles by the herbal writer and speaker focusing on growing and using herbs in the home throughout the seasons.
  • Backyard Gardener: Information on popular herbs. Offers general and specialty gardening tips.
  • Beagle Ridge Herb Farm: Organic herbs, display gardens, nature trails, extensive list of workshops and free newsletter available. Open seasonally, groups welcome by appointment.
  • Better Homes and Gardens Herb Ideas: Offers articles on how to grow, use and craft with herbs.
  • Botanic Name Cross Reference: Common and uncommon names of herbs are cross referenced with their botanic counterpart, with links to further information.
  • Chamomile Times: Herbal crafts, cooking, books, growing tips, and other items of interest to herb lovers.
  • Container Herb Garden: Information on growing, design and plant care. Free newsletter.
  • Culinary Herb Guide: Primer on growing herbs, with cultural and culinary information on commonly used herbs, and some pointers on herb garden design.
  • Fiacre Herb Forum: A weblog site posting news, tips, questions, comments, and other information relating to herb growing and herb uses.
  • Flavoring Oils with Herbs: Information on selecting suitable herbs for oils and storing those herbed oils.
  • Gardening Information from Oregon State University: Offers tips and hints for growing herbs, as well as information about specific plants such as basil and mint.
  • Gardens Ablaze: Herbs and their medical, magical, and culinary uses.
  • Ginseng: Guide to growing, harvesting, preserving, and selling Ginseng and related plants.
  • Ginseng Buyers and Other Neat Links: Providing information and links relating to ginseng and other medicinal plants.
  • Growing Herbs in the Home Garden: Offers information for beginning herb gardeners on history, cultivation, harvesting, and uses of herbs.
  • Growing, Harvesting, and Using Culinary Herbs: Ohio State University offers general herb information and lists several useful references.
  • Growing, Selecting and Using Basil: Information on culture, harvesting, uses and varieties of basil.
  • Harvesting and Preserving Herbs: North Carolina University's Horticulture Department offers information on how to preserve healthful and fresh-tasting herbs by using simple methods.
  • Henriette's Herbal Homepage: Facts on growing and using culinary and medicinal herbs, extensive collection of plant pictures, articles, and classic herbal texts.
  • Herb Gardening: Information on eight common herbs for the beginning herb grower.
  • Herb Substitution Chart: About.com offers simple ways to substitute herbs in recipes.
  • Herbal Gardens: Herbal gardening, cooking, and crafting are explored. Several gardening links offered.
  • Herbs: Covers cultivation, growth habits, harvesting, preservation, and usage of several herb plants.
  • Horsetail Haven: A home gardener gives tips for growing and using herbs. Monthly updates discuss what is happening in the garden, located in Austin, Texas
  • Howie Brounstein's Home Page: Links given for those interested in botany, wildcrafting, herbal smoking mixtures, medicinal FAQs, herb schools, and plant databases.
  • Iden Croft Herbs: Information covering herb profiles, teas, specific usages, and garden planning.
  • Kathie's Garden Herbs: Useful herb gardening information for novices from an experienced herbalist.
  • Kathie's Herb Page: Comprises herb culture, harvesting, poetry, folklore, crafts and recipes.
  • Living Herbs: Information on herb companion planting, teas, and classic herb mixtures from a New Zealand herb nursery.
  • Medicinal Herb Garden: Features about 20 portraits of plants with medicinal properties, with photo, cultural information, and uses for each.
  • No Thyme Productions' Useful Latin: Provides simple Latin terms pertaining to everyday plants.
  • Papa's Potting Shed: Herb Topiaries: Joi Becker presents various types of topiaries and provides methods of growing them.
  • Penn State University's Directory of Herbs: Extensive information about a wide variety of herbs.
  • Pete's Herbs: Growing and cooking tips for herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers.
  • Plantation Cottage Herbs: Pot grown culinary and medicinal herbs from the cottage garden and small holding. Hand made herb jellies, herb oils and vinegars, retail and wholesale.
  • Richters Herbs: Provides answers to readers' questions and includes articles on herb growing and usage.
  • Sally's Place Herbs: Offers tips on growing, cooking with, history of, and medicinal uses of herbs.
  • Salvia or Sage?: Information on several different kinds of Salvias. Includes color photos.
  • Sunnyboy Gardens: Herb profiles, articles on beneficial insects, building healthy soil, container gardening, and cover crops.
  • The Gardener's Network: Information on types of herbs, herb gardening, and medicinal uses of these plants.
  • The Green Chronicle: Information on how to grow many types of herbs and links to buy seeds.
  • The Herb Society of America: Information resources, herb fact sheets, projects and programs, calendar of events, and a seed exchange.
  • Thyme for Sage Advice: Information about growing and using herbs from common varieties to the unusual.
  • Traditional Herbs for Winter Interest: Stroll through the University of Washington's Medicinal Herb Garden in January. Quality photos of herbs, shrubs, and trees associated with medicinal botany.
  • Weekend Gardeners' Herb Seed Starting: Offers facts on herb seed cultivation and transplant care.
  • Willow Pond Farm Herbal Library: An online `resource` for information about caring for herbs and using your garden bounty.
  • Winterizing the Herb Garden: North Carolina University's Horticulture Department offers hints for overwintering herbs. Information given on fertilizing, watering, and pruning in preparation for winter weather.

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