Save Money and Time
If you’ve been hesitant to join the grow-your-own-food movement because you don’t have the space or time for a mini-farm, grow a potted herb garden instead. Having your own live herbs at hand will encourage you to spice up your cooking. Plus, you won’t have to run to the grocery store and pay two to three dollars every time a recipe calls for just a pinch of something. Basil, mint, thyme, rosemary, sage, oregano, cilantro, parsley, dill and chives are all easy to grow.
by Growing Your Own Herbs
You can pick up everything you need to start your garden, including pots, soil and organic plant starts, at Kingdom of Herbs in the San Francisco Ferry Building, or at your local nursery. Sunset magazine offers quick facts and care essentials for 12 common herbs, instructions for growing five herbs in a single pot, and, of course, recipes to help you make use of your bumper crop of fresh herbs.
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