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rainbowgardener
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another kind of harvest

[img]https://i602.photobucket.com/albums/tt102/rainbowgardener/herbal_harvest.jpg[/img]

The envelopes are seeds, the jars are herbs: basil, sage, lavender, anise hyssop, lemon balm, tansy. There's dried herbs, tinctures, essential oils.

This is a lot of what I've been doing today.

PS. I posted this a little while ago. Came back to look at it and it didn't exist. I know I posted it, I looked at it. If for some reason, someone thinks it needs to be deleted, please let me know what is going on.
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Kisal
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No problem with it that I can see. Did you perhaps click the 'preview' button, instead of 'submit'? I've done that in the past, especially when I post a link or a picture, because I want to make sure it displays properly. Then I go on to another thread, forgetting ever to click 'submit'. :roll: :lol:

A lovely harvest, btw! :)
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" - Douglas Adams

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NICE! :D Mine are all still in their brown lunch bags and grocery bags, hanging around the kitchen.... :roll:

I'm also looking at the Pineapple sage outside blooming away. Last year, they got to bloom for two days then an early frost killed them all. This year, I'm enjoying them for the 2nd week now. I should get out there and harvest some more.... I already took some cuttings for planting out next spring. 8)

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