"I cannot rest, I must draw, however poor the result, and when I have a bad time come over me, it is a stronger desire than ever." ~ Helen Beatrix Potter 1866-1943



July 01, 2010

My Happy Little Herb Garden

Welcome to my little kitchen herb garden!

My gardens give me great pleasure. My closest garden- a little kitchen herb garden, is located off the back of the house and attached to an ugly metal building which holds an old 
canning kitchen, workshop and two garages.

In my garden, I have a little bit of everything that I love~
A variety of Basil, Thyme, Oregano, Sage, Rosemary...

Oh, and there are two blueberry starts thrown in there too...
Essential for memory. I need that!! (:

That picket fence was a fantastic find at our county wood pile. One day I'll get around to touching it up. In the meantime, it fits beautifully behind my happy little herb garden.
I think the weeds are calling for me!
Until next time...



Susan said...

What a sweet little herb garden! Just adorable.

I had to laugh. I went to flick the bug that I thought was crawling on my computer screen and realized he was inside the screen, not outside. ha ha ha That was a good one!

Like your birdbath and little bunny, too. Susan

MOM said...

I love your bird bath...your garden looks great. You must have your grandmothers touch when it comes to herbs...She would have been proud of you.
Love U Much!

Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

Sending sweet greetings from Frog Hollow Farm! What a cute and magical little herb garden you have! You found a perfect little spot that is just adorable. Placing that little fence behind it was a great idea! I think it looks perfect the way it is! Ciao, bella!

The Blackwood Cottage said...

Love the whimsy! The music....I loved that move, what is it 'Ms. Potter'? I think. Have a great weekend!

Carol said...

Love a herb garden! How pretty. Nice blog!
Carol in GA

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Love your herb garden...something I have wanted to do for years...

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Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

A second sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm. I was so happy to see that you had visited and also left a wonderful comment - thank you! Yes, they do charge an arm and a leg for lavender oil. My yoga instructor makes her own - although I don't have her recipe I've seen other bloggers post information about how to make it at home. Isn't that little strawberry pitcher cute? Found it at an antique show this past winter - it just shouted out summer so I had to buy it! Hope all is well, Ciao, bella!

Cindy said...

Lovely garden. Thanks for visiting my blog. I was delighted to have you visit.

Cassandra said...

Cindy ~ Your garden is absolutely charming. I love all your creative touches ~ the sign and especially the bunnies. Your addition of the little wagon is perfect! Cassandra ♥