A little encouragement and some friendly tips
I’m getting to this a bit late, Kerri, but I love your wagon herb garden. A wagon with holes must also make using the wand easier for watering! Love it!! Among the things I dry at the end of the season are homegrown celery leaves ( I make my own celery salt), rosemary leaves, sage, thyme, parsley. Things I use frequently throughout the winter, and are in abundance at the end of the season. In some kind of homage to Simon and Garfunkel I also do a blend of parsley,sage,rosemary and thyme. Which has turned out to be amazing. All dried and the pulsed in the food processor. My friends that cook love getting these homegrown dried herbal offerings as gifts, opposed to some of the grocery store bottles. My biggest revelation came at my own comedic expense last year when some of my appliances were being serviced in my kitchen and there were sheets of herbs on the countertops. I had been putting my ovens on the lowest possible temp, (170) and drying the herbs for hours, when my service technician walked me over to the ovens and pointed to the setting DEHYD on the panel……. LOL It was there all along…..😂😂😂
I love the very timely herb growing advice. Can you explain why the wagon/mobility needed for containers?
I have been growing herbs for years. Last year I finally had time to dry them and enjoyed them all winter long. Looking forward to planting them once the dirt gets warm enough. I have a very finicky dill plant!
Luv your herb garden tips and discussion . . . .
Someday, I hope to live somewhere where gardening requires fewer board approvals & government inspections