By Jack Staub
Gardening professional Jack Staub keeps his stimulating sequence on distinct additions on your backyard with seventy five unprecedented Herbs to your backyard.
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Marigold 46. Marjoram ‘Creeping Golden’ 49. Marsh Mallow 50. Meadowsweet 51. Mullein (Great) 52. Mustard 53. Parsley (Curly-leaved) 55. Peppermint 57. Purslane (Golden) 58. Rampion 59. Rocket (Arugula) 60. Rosemary 61. Rue 62. Saffron 63. Sage (Golden) 65. Shiso (Purple) 66. Soapwort 67. Savory (Summer) 69. Stevia 70. Tarragon (French) 71. Thyme (Garden) 73. ” —Ovid, Metamorphoses, Lib. XV This has been a fascinating journey for me. Although I have probably cultured at least half of the herbs I offer to you in this volume, and have surely sought the comforting warmth of chamomile or lemon balm tea on a blustery day, chewed a sprig of parsley for refreshment, and noted the dynamic nutritive value of dandelions and such, my herbal acquaintance has mainly been in a culinary vein and, therefore, my medicinal knowledge sadly lacking.
Chervil has a famously subtle but immensely refreshing flavor that hints of licorice, is an essential ingredient in the classic French aux fines herbes, and is the herbal component that gives sauce Bernaise its distinctive savor. However, chervil’s flavor is lost easily, so employ fresh rather than dried and add only at the end of cooking. Here, however, I will pause to recommend an ancient herbal treat: brew a chervil tea by pouring a cup of boiling water over a tablespoon of fresh, chopped herb, let it steep covered for 20 minutes, cool, moisten 2 cotton balls with a bit of it, and place over tired eyes for 10 minutes—infinitely refreshing.
Garden Cress 34. Garlic 35. Good King Henry 36. Horehound 37. Horseradish 38. Hyssop 39. Lavender 40. Lemon Balm ‘All Gold’ 41. Lemongrass 42. Lemon Verbena 43. Licorice 44. Lovage 45. Marigold 46. Marjoram ‘Creeping Golden’ 49. Marsh Mallow 50. Meadowsweet 51. Mullein (Great) 52. Mustard 53. Parsley (Curly-leaved) 55. Peppermint 57. Purslane (Golden) 58. Rampion 59. Rocket (Arugula) 60. Rosemary 61. Rue 62. Saffron 63. Sage (Golden) 65. Shiso (Purple) 66. Soapwort 67. Savory (Summer) 69. Stevia 70.
75 Exceptional Herbs for Your Garden by Jack Staub