you just about covered it , I have all of those you mentioned growing in my garden, I love basil and have got a packet of gourmet assortment to try this year, I start them in an old van I use for a potting shed, its warm in there :) I have troiuble with my rosemary , its a cutting from a cutting from a cutting, so I am going to tart new plants this year, but had no luck germinating them last time I tried, any tips? I overwintered my first marjoram plants too this winter, it might be an aquired taste, I have found I nee to use sparingly. same with lovage, which is sending up new shoots now. I have a lovely spearmint I have managed to establish now, and lemon verbena has lost its leaves but its the greatest herb tea I know
Thanks for the reminder to sow my Basil seeds Hester. I have a warm sunroom for sprouting. I have had great success with getting Rosemary and Marjoram twigs to make roots and settle in to pots outdoors this winter in Wellington in spite of neglect. Or maybe it's because of neglect. They just got on with the job of growing.
Does anybody have any ideas on how to use flat leaf parsley - suddenly I'm overrun with it
You could make parsley pesto.
Linda said:Does anybody have any ideas on how to use flat leaf parsley - suddenly I'm overrun with it