Apr 08 2008

A small herb garden


I walked past Kmart today and saw they had a bunch of plants and herbs on sale. I’ve been wanting a few herbs for a long time, so I decided to buy some. I have lavender, rosemary, parsley and peppermint.

I hope I didn’t bring a bunch of bugs into the house when I potted them, and I hope I don’t kill these plants. I’m not so good with gardening, but I hope this is a venture that pays off!

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8 Responses to “A small herb garden”

  1. I have always been a little curious about herbs. I am not into gardening too much. But herbs may be a little fun. I wonder are herbs a good start. Maybe something the kids will enjoy too. Thanks for putting the thought into my head.

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  2. I’m afraid our apartment would kill them. But I’d like to have herbs someday. My mother had a small herb garden which was quite useful.

  3. i bought a tiny grow-your-own basil pot from the dollar section at Target. i just planted it a couple days ago. i have a black thumb, though, so we’ll see if it grows anything:)

    Good luck with yours!

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  4. I have a 9yo lavender plant in a pot on the porch. Even the leaves smell; it’s wonderful. The rosemary is about 3 years old and the same size, and gets used for cooking quite a bit.

    Enjoy your plants!

  5. The one herb that’s lasted the longest on my patio is my chives plant–honest, I do NOTHING and it just grows and grows. I’ve had it for 6 years and it’s great!

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  6. In an apartment, I grew sage, parsley, cilantro/coriander, basil and chives in small pots with not much problem. I loved being able to be in the middle of cooking, then just pop out to my balcony to snip really-fresh herbs to season dinner!

    Last weekend, I finally put the remaining plants outside in the ground in my new garden!!

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  7. Hers are very easy to grow. I like to plant hebs just to compliment other plants in my landscape.

  8. I think you have made a great investment. Fresh herbs are always a wonderful addition to the home. Just remember when your plants go to seed to collect them. This saves you money and you can share your seeds with friends and family.

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