Our herb garden in Spring

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In early Spring 2009, we established our herb garden. A year on, some herbs have really thrived, while others have been less productive.

We’ve had most success with our marjoram, lemon thyme, chives and flat-leaf parsley. All have grown vigorously and remained disease-free. We’ve only had one plant that didn’t make it — the French lavender — I presume due to Sydney’s humidity.

The other plants in the garden have been reasonably healthy throughout most of the year. In particular, the borage has improved now that it has been getting more water from the drip-feeder (it’s a water-hungry plant).

For an interactive photo of the garden, click on the photo above which will take you to our Flickr page.


2 thoughts on “Our herb garden in Spring

    biggreencoat said:
    October 21, 2010 at 7:56 am

    It makes a very pretty garden!
    I have some ferociously abundant oregano if you ever want a new oregano plant.

      James said:
      November 26, 2010 at 6:03 am

      Yes, we’d happily take some oregano! (I have plenty of space at the back now to cover.)

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