I do not Like Working at teh office
The office is my garden. I spend many hours a day when weather permits in the garden. I love gardeining and especially gardening for herbs. I have my own herb garden and grow herbs for many things like cooking. Even in the winter I have an indoor herb garden to keep me busy. Growing herbs in a container allows greater control over light, temperature and soil conditions. If you add wheels to your container, you can easy move your herb garden around to get the optimal sunlight or shade as needed. Growing potted herbs is a wonderful hobby. In addition to their culinary uses, herbs can be dried and used in potpourris, sachets and flower arrangements. It is important to learn how to grow herbs before you start with your herb garden too. Growing your own herb garden will allow you to sample some of the other more exotic and fun herbs that are out there waiting for you.
Herb gardening is a great way to make use of a small planting area. Herbs are very easy to grow and can be a fun hobby for anyone interested in gardening, but only have a limited amount of space. Herb gardening is another type of home gardening but is not limited to indoors. There are many perennial herbs that can remain outside during the cold winter months.
Plant herbs for fragrance, sure, but don’t forget you can also use them for cooking , which is what we do. Last year, we had a giant terracotta pot of rosemary placed at the entrance to our walkway. Plant fennel and soap wort in containers because both species are invasive in a friendly climate. Plant them in partial sunlight, and don’t let the plants get too dry. As your sage plants grow, trim them back to keep them from getting woody, and to encourage new shoots, which have the best flavor.
Fresh herbs can make any meal taste even better. Think about how delicious a salad of tomatoes, fresh basil and mozzarella with a lasagna dinner would be. Fresh greens from our fields include Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir, pine, cedar and Norway Spruce as the base and many more unique plant varieties such as winter berry or american holly wtih cones as a finish.