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Peppermint Growing Guide

You may not have heard of some of our herbs before, but you’ve probably heard of peppermint. It’s the most used flavoring from the mint family and is everywhere during the Christmas season.

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Peanut Growing Guide

Peanuts were first brought to France and Africa from Brazil, and then later introduced into the U.S. during the 1700s. The first commercial peanuts were grown near Wilmington, NC about 1800. Contrary to popular belief, the peanut is not a nut. It’s actually a vegetable belonging to the legume family, which includes peas and beans. Since peanuts are tropical natives, they require about 120 days to mature, but fortunately the peanut plant can withstand light spring and fall frosts. The peanut plant is unique because its flowers grow aboveground, yet the pods containing the seeds develop in the soil.

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Yarrow Growing Guide

Yarrow is an herbaceous perennial featuring small bunches, or “heads”, of flowers. Yarrow is a great low-maintenance addition to your garden.

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Hops Growing Guide

Hops is also known as the “alpha acid”, they’re cone-shaped flowers derived from the plant Humulus Lupulus, mostly used in brewing beer.

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Feverfew Growing Guide

Feverfew is a perennial plant with small, daisy-like flowers that are cultivated in flower gardens throughout Europe and the US. It is known to repel moths, flies, ants, mosquitoes, cockroaches, and more insects!

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Catnip Growing Guide

Catnip is great for more than just your cats! Catnip is a short-lived perennial plant that grows to be 20-40 inches tall and wide and has flowering heads that bloom from late spring to autumn.

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Horehound Growing Guide

Horehound features ornamental foliage that have a slight heart shape. The name “horehound” is likely a derivative of the Old English word horhoune, which means hoary or hairy, as both the leaves and stems are covered in fine hair.

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Motherwort Growing Guide

Motherwort is a spiky, weedy, clumping perennial herb that can reach at least five feet tall, motherwort is often found growing wild, especially in wet areas.

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Bee Balm Growing Guide

Bee balm is a native American plant not only known for its brightly-colored flowers and fragrant foliage. The flowers were used by North American Indians to make tea which were considered a useful treatment for colds, stomach aches, and insomnia.

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