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Podcast: Grow Herbs with Kim Roman

Our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is Kim Roman. Kim is a certified Square Foot Gardening expert, and military veteran who has gardened all over the world. She’s also the author of the new book, Growing Herbs for Health, Wellness, Cooking, and Crafts: which Includes 51 Culinary Herbs & Spices, 25 Recipes, and 18 Crafts.

We chat about growing herbs in all kinds of spaces, and her crazy gardening adventures while living around the world. Listen and grab a few great ideas for your own garden.

Kim Roman with a vertically grown melon.

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Get a copy of Growing Herbs for Health, Wellness, Cooking and Crafts here (this link helps support Gardenerd)

Kim Roman Resources

Visit Kim Roman’s Website here

Find Kim’s online classes here

Follow Kim’s thriving TikTok account, and check out her Instagram and Facebook pages

Kim Roman mentioned Mountain Rose Herbs and their culinary and medicinal offerings. Check them out for more educational opportunities, and their supplies for making your own herbal remedies here.

Learn more about the kind of chicory Kim was talking about in the podcast. Get seeds and grow your own.

Use HubMed to research herbs before using them, to find out any contraindications that may affect you.

Check out the herbal infuser we talked about during our conversation.

Need more about herbs? Listen to another great podcast about medicinal herbs from the Gardenerd Tip of the Week archives.

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