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SowingSeeds
Joined: 1/08/2010
Location: Tampa, Florida
Posts: 506
Posted: Mar/02/2010 1:57 PM PST

Hello all!

Let us share our favorite herbs
Mine is dandelions...There are lots of culinary uses of this herb
What about you people?
biyu
Joined: 1/14/2009
Location: On iPhone
Posts: 152
Posted: Mar/02/2010 2:57 PM PST

I'm mint nuts lol I rather like outher things too but mint is the top and I love different varieties of mint if I had more mint seeds I'd def be happy

After only 6 I think I've grown a few things and all (typin on pod an lots blocked in typing hopin this makes sence)
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Joined: 8/18/2007
Location: Omaha
Posts: 330
Posted: Mar/02/2010 3:24 PM PST

My favorites are the same as my favorite food - anything Italian!
witt blog photos
Joined: 3/28/2008
Location: Lancaster, SC
Posts: 16643
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Posted: Mar/03/2010 3:49 AM PST

Oh, my! Do I have to pick just one?

I love my rosemary. I use it all the time for fragrance and cooking, but then again I can't do without chives and marjoram. I adore the fragrance of sweet annie, lemon verbena, and pineapple sage. I love the sweet flowers of cilantro, garlic chives, and Mexican tarragon. The hummers love the poliomentha.

Somebody stop me!!!
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Joined: 11/14/2009
Location: scPA
Posts: 26
Posted: Mar/03/2010 6:51 AM PST

I think basil is my favorite!! Like someone just said, hard to pick just one! If I could pick more than one, I think after basil, I would pick chives. I always grow them both!
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Posted: Mar/03/2010 8:14 AM PST

JUST ONE! o.k. one it is...LEMON VERBENA.
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Joined: 3/05/2008
Location: around
Posts: 1764
Posted: Mar/06/2010 2:36 PM PST

Quote:
Originally posted by witt
Oh, my! Do I have to pick just one?

I love my rosemary. I use it all the time for fragrance and cooking, but then again I can't do without chives and marjoram. I adore the fragrance of sweet annie, lemon verbena, and pineapple sage. I love the sweet flowers of cilantro, garlic chives, and Mexican tarragon. The hummers love the poliomentha.

Somebody stop me!!!


IM NOT GONNA BE THAT SOMEONE!!!! rofl but keep gooin!!!
witt blog photos
Joined: 3/28/2008
Location: Lancaster, SC
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Posted: Mar/07/2010 2:29 AM PST

Thanks, biyu! I just can't help myself when it comes to herbs!
I'm checking and re-checking to see if my pineapple sage is going to come back this year. This has been the coldest winter here that I can remember! Keep your fingers crossed.
SowingSeeds
Joined: 1/08/2010
Location: Tampa, Florida
Posts: 506
Posted: Mar/08/2010 6:59 AM PST

Nice list Witt
I appreciate your herbs passion and excitement
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Location: around
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Posted: Mar/09/2010 8:25 AM PST

my lemon verabena and stevia are in 100% dried out soil lol think fer milwaukee its too soon to try to revive them? i have one stevia seedling aloive no rteal leaves yet tho so ggrr there lol my garlic chives survived the winter ALOIVE inside an they look awesome --same conditions as lemon verabena and stevia-- ive acouple live peppers here too lol think ill endup buying new this year tho lol hope i can find fooledja and chocolate peppers lol the bay looks ok lol the ficus is dying lol
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