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It's a good idea, for example, to grow all species of mint in large containers, and never more than one variety to a pot! Herbs such as Artemisia ludoviciana 'Silver King' and many monardas also deserve a wide berth in the garden and ruthless control. A MOVEABLE FEAST GROWING HERBS IN CONTAINERS BARBARA PERRY LAWTON lVEN A ROOMY POT and a location with four to six or more hours of sun each day, most garden herbs will thrive in containers. If you live in an apartment and your growing space is limited to a small balcony or windowsill, or if your garden is not very spacious, try growing herbs in containers.
Cover the leaf or flower completely, but not Candied flowers and herb leaves have been excessively. Hold the leaf used for centuries to garnish fancy desserts, tea cakes, and more. or flower over the sugar dish and gently sprinkle sugar evenly all over on both sides. Place the leaf or flower on the wax paper to dry. Continue with the rest of the herbs. Let the leaves and flowers dry for 12 to 36 hours, depending on humidity; they should be completely free of moisture. Turn them once or twice during drying to make sure they dry evenly on both sides.
Think about the style of your home, inside and out: if it tends toward traditional, you may want to try large, terra cotta or plastic foam containers GROWING HERBS IN CONTAINERS 37 A container planted with a collection of your favorite herbs and placed next to your doorstep guarantees easy pickings in inclement weather. that come in classic Tuscan or traditional English designs, in shades of red or gray. If your home and garden are more modern in style, consider the clean lines of flue tiles, whether rectangular or round.