They may not be fit to eat once they reach full size, but I did it!!
I really didn't have much faith in myself.
I didn't have much hope in the herbs growing after I was informed that I had waited too late in the season to start them from seeds.
Then, after we had a huge rain storm, I walked outside and realized that my herb pots had been sitting too close to the house and the rain had run off of the roof and dumped right into my herbs, causing the soil and seeds to splatter all along the house siding. I scooped off the dirt, as best I could, and dumped it back into the containers. At that point, I had no hope left.
Though low and behold....look what I saw the other morning!
Those are chives you're looking at!! Baby chives! How cute are they?!
Well, at least I think they are chives, after the rain washed all of the soil and seeds onto the house, I really didn't know what was what after I scooped it up and tossed it haphazardly back into the pot. However, I'm fairly certain those are chives. I guess technically it could be parsley or oregano...technically...but who cares, I got herbs to grow!!
Is that not the cutest little parsley you have ever seen?
So far I have baby chives and baby parsley. Yesterday I looked and could actually see baby oregano poking out of the soil!
Below are my cilantro and dill plants!! I grew the cilantro from seed too. You're impressed, I know you are!!
The dill was already in plant form when I planted it, though I still have just as much love for it.
I'm a proud herb mamma.Here we have basil and sage. How pretty are those babies??
I have absolutely no idea what to do with these herbs. We all know my cooking skills. I just wanted to see if I could grow them! and I did! I grew some herbs...and aren't they darling?!