Use a drying rack and some baskets to dry your herbs and collect seeds guys – OBVIOUSLY
We got down to business this weekend, built two beds and were able to plant some herbs and tomatoes.
We planted our tomateys with marigolds, and basil. Companion planting wut wut.
We were also able to plant beets, carrots, leeks and lettuce mix in with our sprouted onions. Pretty much killed it this weekend.
We kept our herbs in their pots, because we’ll have to move them later in the summer, but I’m thinking this buried pot idea is a good one BECAUSE, we keep the herbs inside in the winter AND herbs can be hard to contain when they are directly in the beds – ahem MINT, I’m looking directly at you.
Two interesting tidbits I learned this weekend from much gardening reading: You should water tomato plants gently from the bottom, not spray over the plant. ALSO, if you smoke, you should always wash your hands before handling tomatoes because there is a disease that effects tomato plants that can be transferred through tobacco – I DID not know that.