Thursday, August 16, 2012

Thyme to Garden ~ Potting Table and Herb Garden

Herb Gardening

It has been the hottest summer on record.....  since the 1930's.
Gardening was tough going this year.
I've always wanted to have an herb garden.  I cook a lot and use lots of veggies and fresh herbs.  I decided to start my own herb garden.  I planted most of them in pots.  
For the most part.....  they did well.  
I planted several common herbs.... basil, sage, parsley and dill.
A friend of mine gave me a few "mint" plants.  They grew very well in both the garden and planters.  The tiny blooms are so pretty and when you pinch off a bit the smell is wonderful!
I shared the potting shed my hubby built a few posts ago.  I was finally able to get a good picture of the hand stenciled doors.  I painted and hung lattice as a back drop for the shelving.  I was able to display my collection of vintage planters and other garden themed antiques.  Underneath (behind my pretty hand painted doors) I'm able to store away unused pots, potting soil, tools. etc.  Everything is neat and organized.
I purchased the handmade herb markers on Etsy.

Linking with
Tracie at Fishtail Cottage for Cottage Garden Party #16

The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursday

Delightful Order for Delightfully Inspiring Thursday

Katie's Nesting Spot for A Crafty Soiree

A Delightsome Life for Home and Garden Thursday

French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday

My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday


debra said...

OH MY ...THYME to Garden ? If I could give out a prize for the cutest post that I have read this week this would be it! Everything is lovely but the hand stenciled door is just wonderful...

Sylvia said...

Love the gate! Your garden is beautiful.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your garden is beautiful. I love the stencilled gate and the soft colors you used. Very nice vignettes!

Fishtail Cottage said...

Thank you so much for linking up to the Garden Party! the stencil on the white gate is so clever...i love it. your garden looks so pretty - & so healthy! xoox, tracie

A Walk in the Countryside said...

Lovely! I made some of those markers earlier the spring for my herbs!

Di Lewis said...

Hi! Your garden is wonderful, full of love and treasures. Thank you for the kind words about my garden. I LOVE your blog! Cannot wait to keep reading it! Following you!! BTW , it was drier here but not like some areas of the country. We had hard rains about once a week. Have a great week. Dianna