By Jack Staub
Gardening specialist Jack Staub keeps his stimulating sequence on exact additions on your backyard with seventy five extraordinary Herbs on your backyard.
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Horseradish 38. Hyssop 39. Lavender 40. Lemon Balm ‘All Gold’ 41. Lemongrass 42. Lemon Verbena 43. Licorice 44. Lovage 45. Marigold 46. Marjoram ‘Creeping Golden’ 49. Marsh Mallow 50. Meadowsweet 51. Mullein (Great) 52. Mustard 53. Parsley (Curly-leaved) 55. Peppermint 57. Purslane (Golden) 58. Rampion 59. Rocket (Arugula) 60. Rosemary 61. Rue 62. Saffron 63. Sage (Golden) 65. Shiso (Purple) 66. Soapwort 67. Savory (Summer) 69. Stevia 70. Tarragon (French) 71. Thyme (Garden) 73. ” —Ovid, Metamorphoses, Lib.
Was unearthed from Tutankhamun’s tomb, but, oddly, there is negligible mention of chervil in ancient Egypt. , where it found a happy, mainly culinary home. Interestingly, chervils (although this reference is clearly originally linked to Spanish chervil) were once collectively referred to as myrrhis, as the scent of their volatile oil was thought to resemble that of the resinous myrrh so famously delivered to the Christ Child by Caspar, king of Tarsus, on Christmas Eve. Because of this olfactory connection, chervil became closely associated with Easter and the Resurrection, and it is still traditional in many countries to serve chervil soup on Maundy Thursday in commemoration of the Last Supper.
Therefore, while not wildly efficacious, chives can certainly have a beneficial effect on the circulatory system and in lowering blood pressure, as well as serving as an antibiotic, due to their load of sulfurous compounds. (Image 14) Image 14: CHIVES As noted, chives, with their tasty green stalks growing as elegantly as a decorative grass and topped with those heavenly purple or white “pompoms” of edible flower heads, are exceptionally decorative, particularly as a border plant for a vegetable or herb garden, functioning both as an ornamental edging as well as an opportune pest barrier.