Want to maintain a green garden during times of drought or short water supply? Or simply want to cut down on your watering needs for climate-conscious reasons?
No matter the location, lack of water is becoming more of a problem. However, there are ways to reduce your watering needs and still successfully garden with herbs. In this class, we will discuss some herbs that can be grown during times of drought. It is often believed that plants require rich, moist soil to thrive. Still, on the contrary, there are lots of plants, especially herbs that originate from the Mediterranean region, that live quite happily in dry conditions. The good thing about these herbs is that the dryness intensifies the flavor and the concentration of essential oils. Hence, the herbs are better for cooking and more effective when used medicinally. Join Michael as he explores some common gardening questions.