Let's Dish With Linda Lou

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My Herb Garden

on September 21, 2013

Having a herb garden is very rewarding but,  unlike my hanging herb garden which are softer herbs, more delicate. They are not as hardy as other types of herbs.  These hardier herbs I have in a separate place in my back yard.  They seem to be able to stand up to the elements better.  Rosemary and flat leaf Italian parsley have thrived in the ground in this Florida climate.  Herbs such as sage, do better in the fall, chives and tarragon in the spring.  They are more seasonal and usually have to be replanted yearly.  Mint keep in a separate pot because it grows like crazy.


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