Snow Garden: Growing Herbs in Winter


| 1/19/2010 10:32:50 AM


N.Heraud
You can check out the Lemon Verbena Lady at her blog http://lemonverbenalady.blogspot.com.

My herb garden was buried in snow just the other day. Snow can be a great insulator to protect those borderline herbs that may not make it in very cold temperatures.  Everything has to be just right for it to happen!

 

Snowy Garden Bed
Lemon Verbena Lady's herb garden buried in snow.

Now that the snow is almost gone, I will be happy with what is living at the moment in the herb garden. I discovered this feverfew in the sticks and twigs that looked as if it could start growing immediately.



Snowy Feverfew
The feverfew looks like it is going to start growing.



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