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  1. photo 4 Uncommon (but Delicious!) Green Herbs for Your Kitchen and Garden4 Uncommon (but Delicious!) Green Herbs for Your Kitchen and GardenArticle
    Bored of parsley and oregano? Wake up your garden and kitchen with these unique green herbs that you probably haven’t tried before: lovage, papalo, lemon basil and summer savory. Whether youRead more
  2. photo LeftoverTurkey StockLeftoverTurkey StockRecipe
    stick or 1 handful of lovage 1 garlic head washed and cut in half (leave skin on)10-12 peppercorns4-6 sprigs of thyme leaves1 small bunch of parsley if not using lovage2 bay leaves8 cups of water (or moreRead more
  3. photo Quick & Easy Turkey StockQuick & Easy Turkey StockRecipe
    handful of lovage 2 scrubbed unpeeled carrots cut into large chunks 1 rinsed unpeeled large onion, quartered 1 bunch fresh Italian parsley 4-6 branches of thyme 1 bay leaf Method: In large saucepanRead more
  4. photo The 5 Best Culinary Herbs You’ve Never Heard OfThe 5 Best Culinary Herbs You’ve Never Heard OfArticle
    and in hot teas. Use it in combination or in lieu of rosemary and thyme in your savory recipes for fabulous results. Lovage The name says it all. You’ll fall head over heels with this essential culinary herbRead more
  5. photo 6 (More) Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once . . . and Enjoy Forever6 (More) Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once . . . and Enjoy ForeverArticle
    a few in the ground each year to bring them back next spring. Grow in partial shade or full sun in well-drained soil.  5. Lovage The stems and young leaves of this perennial make a great celeryRead more
  6. photo Online herb gardening resource launched by University of IllinoisOnline herb gardening resource launched by University of IllinoisNews
    are basil, bay laurel, borage, caraway, catnip, chervil, chives, cilantro, dill, epazote, fennel, garlic, English lavender, lemon grass, lemon balm, lemon verbena, lovage, sweet marjoram, mints, nasturtiumRead more
  7. photo Plant a Rainbow-Colored Vegetable GardenPlant a Rainbow-Colored Vegetable GardenArticle
    dill, parsley, basil, oregano, cilantro or oddball herbs like papalo and lovage. Blue and Purple Cool tones can be hard to find in nature, but luckily there are several excellent examples in the produceRead more

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Lovage

Herbs and Spices

Lovage (/ˈlʌvɨdʒ/), Levisticum officinale, is a tall perennial plant, the sole species in the genus Levisticum in the family Apiaceae, subfamily Apioideae, tribe Apieae.Lovage is an erect, herbaceous, perennial plant growing to 1.8–2.5 m tall, with a basal rosette of leaves and stems with further leaves, the flowers being produced in umbels at the top of the stems. The stems and leaves are...More