Matching herbs with food shouldn’t be complicated. Use our simple herb pairings guide to help you match your herbs with your favourite foods, and get back to being creative in the kitchen!
Whether in small containers from the garden centre or larger pots around the home, herbs will eventually need to be transplanted to allow them more space to grow. Here are some tips for repotting herbs around your home.
Rosemary is a perennial in many regions, but in the Maritimes, freezing winter temperatures will kill your plants. If you expected your rosemary to come back in the spring, but were disappointed, here’s some tips for how to overwinter rosemary.
When overwintering herbs, it’s important to leave enough growth to sustain your perennial herbs through the cold winter months. For tender herbs, consider bringing them inside to enjoy in cooking all year.
The freshness and flavour of herbs can be preserved by freezing them. Here’s how to freeze herbs whole or chopped, so you have them on hand for cooking when fresh herbs are not available. The flavours of herbs can also be captured in herbal butters or vinegars.