Aromatic Herbs

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And don't worry about fancy centerpieces- A sprig from the garden is all you need.
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New York City isn’t exactly the ideal place for planting a vegetable garden. Or, at least the kind of vegetable garden I’d love to have. Herb gardens on the other hand are totally doable for city dwellers, and something I’ve had great success with over the years. This year, in particular, I’ve watched my small basil plant flourish and grow like wildfire. It’s happily given way to batches of pesto, refreshing drinks and homemade tomato sauce.

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Herb baskets - these would be adorable to hang up on a kitchen wall. Live plants in beautiful baskets.

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Nothing beats the taste of fresh herbs in a recipe. Now that the weather has warmed, your herb garden is calling. No garden? A windowsill will do just fine. Treat yourself or the chef in your life to

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Aromatique III - Basil (Lisa Audit)

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You can also grow chives in a cup with water on your window sill. I had some that got a bit wilted that I had gotten from Bountiful Baskets and rather than throw them away, I tried it. We've been eating fresh chives in our food now for months. You just have to dump and refresh the water every week.

You can also grow chives in a cup with water on your window sill. I had some that got a bit wilted that I had gotten from Bountiful Baskets and rather than throw them away, I tried it. We've been eating fresh chives in our food now for months. You just have to dump and refresh the water every week.