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how does your {herb} garden grow? ::: pt 2

My how starting from seeds takes time. Remember when I posted my herb garden part 1? Just recentely I felt they were worthy of the title garden. And yes, I cheated by adding a purchased lavender, chive, and dill plant. In case you were wondering why everything looks so large and plush.

For garden markers I didn't get too crazy. Popsicle sticks with stamped lettering is all I need for this simple bucket o'herbs.

Anyone else have herb gardens to share?


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ooooh...I love the sticks! Easy but super cute :)

May 24, 2012 | Unregistered Commentercolleen

Oh lovely!

I have basil and cilantro and I'm going to the farmer's market for a mint plant this weekend!

I have been meaning to buy little alphabet stamps... I like your font, will you share where you bought them?


May 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterIvy

Hi @Ivy! I believe I purchased that little set from Michaels, but it was in one of their $1-$2 bins so I'm not sure it's in stock often. One of my favorite cheap purchases for sure.

I also really like this stamp http://www.staples.com/2000-PLUS-Custom-Stamp-Kit-with-Wood-Handle/product_614107?cmArea=SEARCH but the letters are tiny tiny.


May 25, 2012 | Registered CommenterAmanda Joy

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