…and let there be HERBs

As I posted yesterday, I am a lover of all things homegrown. Which means I must have my own herbs! When I first started my garden and bought herbs, I was nervous. Nervous I’d kill them, nervous as to what to put them in and nervous that they wouldn’t grow big enough to use them. So, I had my first attempt, which went really well. I studied (yes, seriously…I read) a lot online about how to give each herb the TLC that it needs and which ones to pair with which food. Thankfully, I have now figured out how to dry my own herbs and make my own spices. {EXCITEMENT Squeal}
Today, while I was outside, I decided that I’d share with you all one of my glorious herb pots that I love so much. Yes, Love. It makes my heart smile to see it doing so well. Go ahead…I know you want to laugh. I’ll accept it.

herbpot

Ahh, if you don’t already have your own ‘homegrown’ herbs, don’t you want to start now?
This herb pot includes :
Rosemary
Curly Leaf Parsley
Lemon Thyme
German Thymeparsley

 {Beautiful Curly Parsley}

thyme

{German Thyme and on the other side, Lemon Thyme}

rosemary

{Rosemary}

This is probably my most favorite because I use it not only for cooking, but also for flower arrangements and to make my house smell heavenly.

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