Lamb’s Ear Gets Around

Another perennial herb, it's a very cheap date. There's really no maintenance. It grows well with water, without much water, whatever, and it is a welcome bit of green in a winter and early spring garden.

Lamb’s Ear Gets Around

Another perennial herb, it's a very cheap date. There's really no maintenance. It grows well with water, without much water, whatever, and it is a welcome bit of green in a winter and early spring garden.

No Such Thing as Quiet

When I shot this video there was wind, and crows calling, and an airplane flying overhead that sounds a little like a Jimi Hendrix slide accompanying the nearby wind chimes while the flowers do their dance....

Savory Sage

Sage is another herb (like oregano,) that I keep dried in my seasoning cabinet, but that I love to pick fresh because, I confess, I have a scent fetish.

Bright Green Oregano in Winter

I keep dried oregano in my kitchen, but it is downright therapeutic (for me) to pick fresh oregano leaves from my kitchen box, and to inhale deeply when I chop them up. It has a sharp, stimulating scent, part of the mint family.

Lavender in Winter

There are many flowers and smells and sights to gush about in the spring and summer, but some plants offer pleasures year-round. Lavender is perennial and evergreen. Lavender leaves smell just as strong as the flowers. If you rub the leaves between your fingers the scent will stick with you for awhile. The leaves are a... Continue Reading →

Evergreen Thyme

Thyme and lemon thyme are growing in serveral areas in my gardens. They are among a group of herbs that I have growing, that are both perennial and evergreen. It's nice in winter time to see the green leaves of sage and thyme, oregano and parsley and lavender. Thyme is a savory herb that I use... Continue Reading →

Evergreen Thyme

Thyme and lemon thyme are growing in serveral areas in my gardens. They are among a group of herbs that I have growing, that are both perennial and evergreen. It's nice in winter time to see the green leaves of sage and thyme, oregano and parsley and lavender. Thyme is a savory herb that I use... Continue Reading →

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