My Hanging Organic Herb Garden And Summertime Flowers are thriving.
I believe no dish is complete without a sprinkling of fresh herbs. When added to a marinade, tossed into a salad, sprinkled into a soup or stew, or just as a garnish, fresh herbs add so much flavor. So next time you’re in the kitchen making your favorite dish try adding fresh herbs. This is My Hanging Organic Herb Garden.
Cilantro is one of my very favorite herbs.
The aroma of fresh Dill is intoxicating.
Tarragon above I use in so many of my chicken and seafood dishes.
The Lavender above smells so good. I like adding the blooms to sugar. Lavender sugar makes a great gift.
The Chives are blossoming.
Italian Flat-Leaf Parsley is used in most of my dishes because of its great flavor.
Above is my fresh Thyme. The lemony flavor is perfect for chicken.
Sweet Basil with its lemony minty flavor goes with just about everything. I’d say, it’s the one herb I use the most.
Above is my Italian Oregano, a super-strong herb so you don’t need much. Great in Tex-Mex dishes.
More Oregano! This is the Greek variety.
My Rosemary is definitely outgrowing this pot!
Sage is one of those herbs that reminds me of the holidays. A peppery-rosemary flavor that’s super earthy.
Above are my fresh Mint plants. The first, and most commonly used one is spearmint, the second is peppermint version. Great for desserts, salads and so much more.
This little beauty is my new Bay Leaf Tree. There is nothing better than fresh bay leaves.
Lavender can be used in so many ways. I love making Lavender sugar.
My bright red Gerberas are part of the daisy family.
Perennials are great because they’re ever-changing with each season.
Hibiscus bushes are perfect anywhere in your garden.
One a year the Dragon Lilies bloom. Their vibrant orange color screams summertime is coming!
Rain Lilies are so beautiful. They seem to pop up everywhere in my garden.
Sunflowers are the meaning of summertime.
Periwinkles look great in large pots.
Hydrangeas are my favorite flower, NO question!
My Hass Avocado tree is just finding its way. I’m talking 10 years before I’ll see any fruit.
The Cardinals love their birdfeeder.
My side garden has a variety of flowers and plants like my baby Fig Trees. Can you see them?