A few extra Herbs to take to the Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning.
On The Potting Bench
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12 thoughts on “On The Potting Bench”
Have a good time at the farmer’s market Sunday.
Woke to thunderstorms! No Market today!
At least a day off from watering, and I can putter in the greenhouse. 🙂
Any excuse to putter in your lovely green house would be welcome to me 🙂
How beautiful. I love the look of clay pots!
-daria at http://www.ecospired.com
I love clay pots too! I try to stock up at the end of season when some places mark them down.
Do they really? I’ve never noticed them getting marked down! I’ll definitely have to look into that!
Look at home improvement stores, and those big box stores…that’s were I find them marked down….:)
Great photo, and really tasty looking herbs 😀
Gave some pots to daughters for their new apartments. Love that they wanted them!
I bring a pot or two into the kitchen for a pretty touch. 🙂 I am an Herb lover! I dreamed of having an Herb nursery….I kinda do now!
Which farmers’ market? Do you regularly sell at the market?
I just run up to the Farmer’s Market at the Court House parking lot. It is small (very small this year!), as many people struggled to get a garden even in this Spring. A couple of years ago, I went every Sat., but didn’t get there much last year.
I have lugged my Herbs, and some eggs this year–I’m always shocked how many people say, Herbs–I don’t cook with those–and I try to say, “yes, you do”–those Marinades you buy at the store?, those little jars in your cupboard–those are Herbs! I enjoy just chatting with people!
Herbs are my favorites in the garden and in pots! I love your photo – It just makes you want to get out and garden! So lovely!
So sorry you got rained out at the farmers market – we’ve been getting lots of rain up in the Northeast (Maine) too!
~Kelly at http://flirtingwithdirt.com