Create an Herb Planter

Hi everyone!

One of the farmer’s Markets that we sell at is the Redford Market. This is such an awesome market! Our customers are wonderful, the market manager is amazing and all the other vendors are fun to be around.

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And the venue is such a fantastic place! It is a round brick pavilion with large open windows. So, when it rains, we can still have the market. And no setting up the tent!

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Melinda, our wonderful market manager at Redford asked a couple of vendors if they would like to donate and create a planter box for the Marquee. She supplied the soil and the planter box.

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So, of course ours is not filled with flowers but, instead they are filled with yummy herbs!

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This planter is going to fill in beautifully in a couple of weeks.

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Let’s see, we have……

  • Purple Basil
  • Sweet Basil
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Cuban oregano
  • Rosemary
  • Chives
  • Sage
  • Thyme

Have you ever thought to plant a herb container garden? This planter is so pretty and it is edible. Keep snipping and using the herbs and the planter will stay full and lush all season!

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We also create customized herb planter for a local businesses. This is one at a pizzeria that is filled with Italian cooking herbs.

Also posting at DTL Herbs

4 comments :

  1. I've kept an herb planter for as far back as childhood. It's a great thing - and to be honest if it is maintained well you can bring it indoors and have fresh herbs all winter long - providing it gets some full sun regularly.

    Yours looks great. Happy cooking and baking! Fresh herbs are the bomb diggity!

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  2. Love it! I have 2 planters with herbs on my back patio. Nothing better than going to snip a few fresh herbs to use for a meal!

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  3. I usually have herb containers. But this year I didn't plant them. Love yours.

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  4. I keep saying I'm going to plant an herb container garden....so I should do it!!
    These look pretty awesome!

    hugs,
    Linda

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