Wednesday, June 28, 2006

urban herbs -- is that alliteration?

Yes, even a city dweller can grow herbs, at least in a small way. Mine live on on a small table on my deck, ensconced in their own cappucino mugs. How's that for a place of honor? I am still learning how to add them to various recipes and use them effectively. My hands smell so good when I'm done cooking! This year I have thyme, oregano, and rosemary. There is parsley in the main garden behind the garage, but no sage, for you Scarborough Fair fans. The other two pots (including Kermit) are just there because they're tiny and they fit. No basil this year, darn, because I planted too late. There wasn't any left in plant or seed form. It's kind of like the beans -- but that's another story. Stay tuned!


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