This morning I headed out the the garden to snap a few pictures of our herb garden. I decided to grow the majority of our herbs in pots this year so I could save the space in the raised garden beds for growing vegetables.
We do have basil growing in the greenhouse, chives alongside the greenhouse and mint in a container next to the fence as well.
If there is one herb that always grows well for me, it’s oregano. I love that it comes back every year and it’s so easy to maintain. Over the winter I dug up the raised bed herb garden and when I moved the oregano to a pot I also included a few strawberry plants as well.
We also moved the sage to a container as well. At first I was worried it would not survive the move but it seems to be thriving.
I started parsley from seeds this year. So far so good.
Thyme. Another herb we started from seed. This is my first year growing thyme from seed and I transplanted 3 plants to a outdoor pot a few weeks ago. We use a lot of dried thyme in our cooking so hopefully we will get a good crop and I won’t have to buy it anymore.
And then there is the rosemary. It’s not looking too hot and I am totally blaming the guy who’s looking after it.
Do YOU grow your own herbs?
If so, what are your favorite ones to grow?
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