I have this theory, the closer to the kitchen you grow your herbs, the more you are likely to use them. If you need to run out into the garden you are less inclined to put on your garden shoes, grab your clippers and head out.
Of course that doesn’t mean that you can’t grow your herbs in more than one place at a time. Herbs add texture and fragrance to both vegetable and flower gardens. Nothing like brushing up against the sweetly fragranced stems and releasing the scent into the air.
Okanagan Goats Milk Cheese!:
The other day I had a bit of Okanagan Goat Cheese, a sourdough baguette, and some organic garlic. It sounded good, but I knew there would be something missing. So I stepped out onto my patio, clipped some fresh chives, oregano, and lemon thyme, and mixed it all together.
They were easy to chop, and simple to mix into the goats cheese. Delicious is a good word. I ate the entire thing.
And left myself yearning for some more.
It was a mini baguette by the way, LOL.
Your best place?
Where’s the best place for you to grow your herbs, nearby in the garden, on the windowsill, or in your flower borders.
And how creative do you get with growing them?
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams