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Thursday, June 12, 2008

My Herb garden

Here are photos to add to my previous post.

(L-R) Cilantro, Fennel & Chives; Mint & Sweet Peas (flowers); Oregano, Rosemary, & Parsley; Lavender; Lavender; Tomato plant; strawberry plant
Cilantro, Fennel & Chives

Parsley & Basil

Lavender (above); Marjoram, Rosemary, Sage & Thyme (below)

3 comments:

Derrick Scheid said...

Your garden amazes me, Kamille! I wish I could grow something like that. It's beautiful, and functional, all at once! And good job, to Ben, for the anniversary flowers! -Biz

Sue said...

Those look gorgeous. What's your secret? My herbs are not doing that well. My parsley is kind of pathetic this year. I think I always cut too much off at one time...

KAMILLE SCELLICK said...

I don't think I have too much of a secret aside from asking the local vegetable & fruit garden people what I need to do. I do have run into problems with some of my herbs due to our erratic weather in the NW. I actually planted in April (I did starter plants) and what do you know--snow falls out of the sky about two days later.

I know the less water the better + sunshine+good drained soil help a lot. I also use a natural fertilizer. Once you see budding, cut it off so it doesn't go to seed (later in the summer). Hope that helps.