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How to Grow Burnet

Burnet is a little known perennial herb with leaves that have a fresh taste similar to cucumber.

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Top 49 Herbs Projects

  1. 1. Flavor Zones

    DIY experts discuss how to create "flavor zones" by grouping similar plants in the same sections; this garden will include French, Gree...

  2. 2. Planting Lettuce (00:20:01)

    Learn the basics of growing healthy, tasty lettuce!

  3. 3. Swiss Chard, Endive and Burnet (20:01)

    Swiss chard, curly endive and burnet are easy to grow vegetables and herbs.

  4. 4. Asparagus and Parsley (20:01)

    Learn how to grow both asparagus and parsley.

  5. 5. Growing Culinary Herbs

    A master DIY gardener gives tips on growing herbs at home.

  6. 6. How to Install a Garden Window

    Follow these step-by-step instructions to beautify your kitchen with a garden window.

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    Difficulty:
    Hard
  7. 7. The Dirt on Herbs in a Landscape

    Herbs aren't just for the windowsill anymore. DIY experts discuss how basil, chives, rosemary and thyme can work double duty in the lan...

  8. 8. Picket Fence Planter (05:49)

    Plant a mint or herb garden in this easy-to-make picket fence planter.

  9. 9. Grow Your Own Herbs

    A master gardener explains why there is no better way to dabble in cuisine than by growing your own herbs.

  10. 10. Growing Herbs (03:18)

    Joe Lamp'l shows how to plant movable herb gardens in strawberry pots.

  11. 12. Herbs and Sprouting Seeds

    The gardening experts at DIY Network provide information about herbs and sprouting seeds.

  12. 13. How to Plant an Herb Garden for Patio or Window Box

    This close-at-hand herb garden will give your kitchen the advantage that French cooks have.

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    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 14. Varieties of Lavender for the Garden

    Find out more about this useful, drought-tolerant perennial at DIYNetwork.com.

  14. 15. Shade-Loving Herbs

    The DIY Network experts share their top picks for herbs that can make do on four or fewer hours of sun each day.

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