Growing Herbs in Texas: Replant Herb Beds This Fall


| 11/10/2011 5:00:00 PM


Tags: Growing Herbs in Texas, Cynthia Meredith, Texas, Fall, Fall Update, Fall Garden, Moujean Tea, Tips, My Garden,

A norther, or a cold front, blew in this morning around 4 a.m. The wind is strong and the temperatures dipped into the 50s. It's quite chilly outside. It's not cold enough for the plants to suffer, and I believe they're enjoying the cool temperatures.

We've had a little rain in the last several weeks, and the place has really greened up. Compare the photos in this issue with the ones from a month ago. What a difference!

11-10-2011-green grass
Green grass! 

11-11-2011-green pasture
Even the pasture greened up! 

Since the weather has cooled off, I've been refurbishing and replanting my herb beds. So far I've added salad burnet, winter savory, lavender, nasturtiums, bronze fennel, Mexican mint marigold, cilantro, parsley, sorrel, butterfly weed and white yarrow ... I think that's it. Oh, and I seeded some dill.

11-11-2011-newly planted herb bed
Newly planted herb bed. 




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