Chris was going around singing " I beg your pardon, I never promised you an herb garden"
..all in good fun. This was our project using a recycled decking piece and some soil. We purchased the basil, rosemary and thyme at Cedar Creek on our Memorial Day outting and what you can't see are the dill, cayenne, and cilantro seeds giving birth under the ground.
I haven't had much experience with culinary herbs except for rosemary and basil most of our patches are healing herbs( or plants) like plantain, burdock, mint, and things like that
I am sure I will be potting and repotting and dehydrating and learning my way through this season... but that's what its all about isn't it? I have three fabulouse herb books on my table that I keep reading and rereading.... the herb drying tray has been bought for my dehydrator... pesto recipes are lined up to see which is best ( basil pesto, spinach and feta... my new pizza love)
So right now I have 'Eyewitness Herbs", Medicinal Herbs", and The Kids Book of Herbs" ..and I must say my favorite so far has been the Kids Book of Herbs. I bought mine after Amy, @ Angry Chicken a year or so a goo.. actually it might have been a few years ago.. nayhow... If you click on the Kids Book of Herbs its a free read on google... Which I think is a great deal cause I paid like..umm... I dunno 20.00 or something.. really I forget, but it is one of the few books I actually purchased new instead of used .
So, I'll give you updates as things grow ( or gulp..die) but my glass is half full so I'm going with grow..
You all have a fine day.... all day long!