Add a Little Spice

At Plant Exchange blog, the asters of fall are now memory, and houseplants are a source of winter green.

The remainder of plant activity indoors, occurs under fluorescent light on a table. Herbs pots are here, as they grew outdoors from starter plants this summer. They include sage, front and center, and clockwise, thyme, rosemary, tarragon, basil, and oregano. 

The plants continue to grow indoors under light. Trimmings from each herb are air-dried in small piles on a shelf. Leaves dry in less than three weeks.

When collecting a small amount of the dried herb to add to vegetables or main dishes, the stems are easily removed from the pungent dried leaves. Other methods also preserve herbs, but this is quite simple.

As you enjoy this growing season’s bountiful harvest with your favorite dishes, consider an herb signature.  

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