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Make It By Mother’s Day: A Useful Garden Herb Wreath
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Head out to the garden and snip away! You'll need to cut large branches of rosemary.  Mint, lemon verbena, sage, chives, thyme or any of your other favorite herbs all make great additions!



Make It By Mother’s Day: A Useful Garden Herb Wreath

We love this DIY from within the pages of The Beautiful Edible Garden. With Mother’s Day just one weekend away, consider taking the time to construct one of these beautiful wreaths for your own mommy dearest – or for one of those busy moms in your life who you know would adore this! Here are the authors and gardeners behind the project…

Fresh herbs change the way we eat. The best way to start growing food is to simply integrate these beautiful and productive plants into your overall landscape or in a dedicated herb garden. Not only will they reward you with their beautiful and edible foliage and flowers, they are the basis of a The Beautiful Edible Garden! Once they get started you will have plenty to add to your daily meals, share with friends or create garden- based projects. One of our favorite ways to use our garden herbs is to create an herb wreath. Beautiful to hang in your kitchen and within arm’s reach of your next meal!

Reprinted with permission from The Beautiful Edible Garden: Design a Stylish Outdoor Space Using Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs by Leslie Bennett and Stefani Bittner, copyright © 2013. Published byTen Speed Press, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group.

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