Starting vegetable transplants by Richard Glen Snyder; Mississippi State University. Extension

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When root is roasted, makes a nice coffee substitute beverage. Suggested uses: Infusion, decoction, tincture, capsule, wine. Growing, harvesting, and wild crafting tips and specifics: Biennial. They spread prolifically as seeds are scattered by the wind. ” They are incredibly tenacious, even when sprayed many times with chemicals, they often survive. Will grow in the smallest cracks in sidewalks, and in the poorest soil. They bloom in the day and close at night. The young leaves are best for eating.

Just dig down into the ground and add soil amendments! These beds tend to be a little more easily compacted, and it’s important to be sure that there is plenty of top soil so that you are not planting into subsoil—which is very dense and since it is void of nutrients, not much likes to grow in it. You can always build up these beds just by adding materials such as leaves or straw and compost, which will get incorporated into the soil on the flat ground and will eventually decompose and create more fluffy soil in the beds each year.

Which herbs from the list of 12 and beyond call to you, intrigue you, or seem like fun to grow. Brainstorm, dream, sketch, and think about the medicines or body care products you’d like to be able to reach for in your cabinet in times of need. When thinking about planting the garden, the first step is to consider annuals, biennials, and perennials. Perennials are herbs that will keep coming back year after year if properly protected through the winter and are hardy to the place you live. These plants will spread.

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