Monday, February 22, 2010

herb garden

Since I got married, we have created a small roof top garden which supposedly had to have all herbs. Unfortuantely, I never really cared for it as it should be and so the only herbs I got living at the moment are thyme & rosemary. However, I have been dedicating a bit more time to my little garden and feel uplifted and happy when I stay potting around there. So have decided to give it another go and actually go even a step further and try cultivate a few veggies as well. I will keep you in progress with what happens there every now and then. As for now I am off to find some help on how to make my dream garden come true and beautiful :)

4 comments:

Alicia said...

i've always wanted to plant an herb garden, i just never have...i really should though!

Heidi said...

Good luck! My neighbor has an herb garden and I LOVE it when she shares a sprig or two with us. It makes such a difference in the flavor of dishes with fresh herbs! My favorite is dill on fish and of course basil for Italian dishes (our family favorite).

Elizabeth Patch said...

thank you so very much for stopping by my blog and helping make my SITS day special! I keep a big garden myself and it is such a joy to putter around in the dirt. smiles!

Amity said...

Trying being a green thumb dear? That's great...and I encourage you to pursue with fervor...he he he...:)

Me, too, am a green thumb and I always feel a delight watching my ornamentals grow, but now due to limited or even no apace at all for gardening, I've totally stopped. Gardening gives calming effect and is therapeutic dear...:)

Good morning, and hugs to Greggy!!!

Monday, February 22, 2010

herb garden

Since I got married, we have created a small roof top garden which supposedly had to have all herbs. Unfortuantely, I never really cared for it as it should be and so the only herbs I got living at the moment are thyme & rosemary. However, I have been dedicating a bit more time to my little garden and feel uplifted and happy when I stay potting around there. So have decided to give it another go and actually go even a step further and try cultivate a few veggies as well. I will keep you in progress with what happens there every now and then. As for now I am off to find some help on how to make my dream garden come true and beautiful :)

4 comments:

Alicia said...

i've always wanted to plant an herb garden, i just never have...i really should though!

Heidi said...

Good luck! My neighbor has an herb garden and I LOVE it when she shares a sprig or two with us. It makes such a difference in the flavor of dishes with fresh herbs! My favorite is dill on fish and of course basil for Italian dishes (our family favorite).

Elizabeth Patch said...

thank you so very much for stopping by my blog and helping make my SITS day special! I keep a big garden myself and it is such a joy to putter around in the dirt. smiles!

Amity said...

Trying being a green thumb dear? That's great...and I encourage you to pursue with fervor...he he he...:)

Me, too, am a green thumb and I always feel a delight watching my ornamentals grow, but now due to limited or even no apace at all for gardening, I've totally stopped. Gardening gives calming effect and is therapeutic dear...:)

Good morning, and hugs to Greggy!!!