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Since my last herb garden post, when I told you about my bolting cilantro, I’ve made some changes to the line-up. I successfully saved and dried the place around. York Bonsai Feed

The chamomile is coming out but not as much as I would wish for. This is the only bunch so I will try to seed it one more time. [url=http://www.yorkbonsai.co.uk]York Bonsai Feed[/url]

Your basil is lovely, just waiting to be made into delicious Pesto, the perfect spaghetti sauce. Nice to see you greening your thumb. Love, Nana Banana

Your potted herb garden is beautiful. I promise you I can smell the wonderful fragrance herbs carry. Now, isn't it a wonderful feeling to grow your own herbs? And yes, I those stakes your sister gifted to Nana Banana are great. I can see your thumb growing green:)

Very inspirational blogger award

I was nominated for the inspirational blogger award and in turn I nominated you. Check out my website. http://lesseffort.wordpress.com/

There are four rules.

1. Thank the person who nominated you

2. Share 7 things about yourself.

3. Nominate 15 other bloggers that you admire or inspire you

4. Go leave a comment and let the people know you have nominated

Make someones' day.

Lisa, this is so funny to me. The first thing I saw were your feet and I was horrified, and then I noticed the comment that I would freak. So I guess you know me pretty well. I rarely go a year without gardening. I doubt either of us will ever have a garden like Grandma Hazel's, but what we’re doing keeps our farm roots damp and honest. Wait till you see my culinary gardens this year! One at home, one at the weekend house. But I'm doing battle with chipmunks and Pine Squirrels. @!$%&$#!!!! Great blog, BTW. Paula

Your herbs look wonderful!! Thanks for the update :)

Hi Lisa!
This is my first time visiting your blog. What a gem! Your herbs look so delicious. I live in an apartment and tried my hand at community gardening last year. Just when something was ready for the picking, the deer(s) gobbled it up before we could. I like your idea of herb gardening indoors. Perhaps I may try my not so green thumb at growing something again!

I have to say, this is the first year I have nothing growing. At the minimum, I always had tomatoes and basil, and chives. But I was late getting to the nursery this year, and even though the chives came back every year, a clueless landscaper pulled them all from their window box, and proudly proclaimed it "weed-free"! sigh ...

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