Planting Perenial Herbs

I am planting the Perennial herbs today. It can take 25-30 days for them to germinate, so they are always planted early. We replaced the old grow light bulbs with new ones. The trays are filled with potting soil and all my new seeds have arrived.  Most of the perennial herbs are for my herb gardens at Milk and Honey Farm. They are wonderful for cooking and attract the pollinators to my garden. (honey bees and butterflies)

So far, I have planted Garlic Chives, Italian Oregano, Thyme, Sage, St. John’s Wort, Bloody Dock, and Lemon Balm.  Every year, I learn more about the uses of herbs. It is fun to experiment and makes for fascinating study.

I will be selling perennial herb plants from my green house in May. There will also be vegetable plants for sale. My plants are all organically grown from heirloom seeds.

Genesis 1:29  and God said,” See, I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed; to you it shall be for food.”

This whole thing is God’s idea!


January 30, 2012 В· Sarah В· One Comment
Posted in: Garden

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  1. Dennis Duguay - October 29, 2012

    10/29/2012 1350 hrs

    I live in SC. I am making an herb garden and want to use perennial herbs, ie: Lavender, Thyme, Greek Oregano,Chives,
    Rosemary AARP, Garlic, Garlic chives,Parsley,and Catnip.
    I would rather start with plants rather than seed.
    Are these herbs some of the ones you plant for sale?
    If so when would you make them available to ship?
    Plus an approximate total cost

    Thank you

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