Herbs March 26, 2013Categories Uncategorizedgarden photography, greenhouse, herb gardening, herbs, kitchen garden, Sage, seedlings11 Comments on Herbs My Herb bed needs some refreshing this year. Lots of little seedlings enjoying the sunshine! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Published by staceyweichert country living, tending my kids, gardens, and critters all photos are my own, please ask permission to use www.downtoearthdigs.wordpress.com View all posts by staceyweichert
11 thoughts on “Herbs”
I planted basil and oregano for the first time last spring and wondered why I’d never planted either before. I especially used the basil. All the time.
Can’t wait for the peppery Basil!
It’s finally warming a bit here, the snow is starting to melt and we are experiencing near 40 F. I hope this is the last of winter so I can start my seedlings as well.
Our temps are hovering near that 40 too. The sun has been quite nice, but this white stuff can’t melt fast enough!
Hope yours keeps melting, we got more snow overnight, about 4 inches.
I have a Basil growing in the kitchen, it barely survives the cats nibbling on it but smells so yummy.
I never have enough room on my kitchen counters for herbs!
Yesterday my kitties were laying all over the Thyme that grows on the edges of the raised beds.
Looking good! I plant more and more herbs every year, can’t get enough basil for pesto!
I love my Herbs! I will have some to share with you for sure this Spring.
I didn’t forget about dropping something off–just got delayed a bit!
Started the thyme already…it looks like the big bed took a beating this winter, so it’ll be welcome.
I planted lots of Thyme, as I hope to add it all along the long edge of the garden fence this year.