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It all looks lovely! We have mint in the garden but I keep meaning to plant parsley and basil too. It's so good to be able to pick it fresh rather than buying from the supermarket.
Your indoor herb garden is wonderful and I love the tags with plant descriptions! Thanks for hosting!
Looks so good!Wonderful!
I love using fresh and dried herbs in my cooking. I think I use thyme the most but I also grow dill, sage, rosemary, mint and basil in pots in summer
Your herb garden looks impressive! I have my own mint and basil :)Have a happy new week !
A herb garden is always a pleasure, looks lovely and fantastisc for cooking....stay healthy and well, dear blogfriend.
We do love Coriander chopped to top a chicken 🐔 curry. Thanks for the link today Sue.
You have a good herb assortment!
that is impressive garden.
I enjoyed a tour of the herb garden. Rosemary grew into large bushes when we lived in the mountains of New Mexico. My Florida experiment with parsley succeeded in attracting Black Swallowtail butterflies whose caterpillars did not leave much for us.
Thanks for inviting...and I just love herbs and have all you’ve got in my garden too. GreetingsN☼va
A herb garden is always good to have. Love the tags with the descriptions!
Wow, all, what you need in the kitchen!My herbs are outdoor, but some I can cut still in wintertime, the others I've freezed.Greetings from Germany
The only herb I have now in my garden is sweet basil. Your herbs are looking so healthy and doing so well.
i wish I had a green thumb to grow a herb garden. I am terriable about watering. Which reminds me that I need to go check on my lemon tree and see if it is still living. I probaby have killed it which will be a shame since it was not cheap.
Very pretty. It must be nice to be able to harvest fresh herbs while you are cooking.
They are all very useful.Have a nice new week and thanks for hosting!
I love herbs and use them when preparing food, but also for teas or as oils for the scent lamp.Have a fine day, Sue!
That's awesome to have all of those fresh herbs!
Looks so healty. I would probably kill them if I tried them in the house, but would be nice to give a try.
Yummy! I also grow rosemary! Smells amazing even as it grows.
Love your post with the descriptions of herbs. Thanks!
They are growing so well. Lovely.So nice to be able to cut sprigs here and there, and enjoy the aroma while you are at it.Thank you for hosting.
Always love a reminder of favorite spices.
Wonderful herbs :)
So very cool. Such beautiful herbs. Nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
Nothing's better than fresh herbs! I love the descriptions for each of the plants! :)
Lucky you to have this beautiful place with herbs! Fun and useful!And a lot of aromas!Thank you for the linking and a Happy WW!
Nothing better than growing your own. Fresh and tastes so much better.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
I'd love to have a fresh herb garden like that!
For some reason I'm thinking of Scarborough Fair. ;-)
Wow! It is an excellent indoor garden! I like all these herbs! Parsley and dill I eat even raw.All the best! ❤️
Wow Sue, you have a lovely herb garden. I love how you have labelled each one of them with some facts related to them. Fresh herbs add delightful flavor to the food, right!Have a happy weekend :)
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