Monday, May 3, 2010

Time for the Faeries to Appear!

My trough from several years ago did well in the garage over the winter.  The Victorian rosemary will be in its third year and the compact sage is blooming happily  It's in year two.  The only plant that did not do too well is a 'Lemon Frost' thyme.  I am trying to decide whether it needs a change of soil or whether I will keep things as they are and trim back the rosemary after it is finished blooming.  Will keep you updated!  I just want to thank everyone who has confirmed my blog on Facebook.  I need just one more person.  I think it will add to my "wall".  Whatever that means!  Talk to you later. 

5 comments:

PeggyR said...

Ah things are looking good! I've had to replace a few of my herbs because of age more then anything. In digging them up I was able to split some of them so that was good! Happy digging!

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks for stopping by, PeggyR!

Donna said...

Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I love sharing my pictures. McConnells Mill is a wonderful place-I had one of my first dates there back in about '74 when I was high school.

Little Messy Missy said...

I use a pinch of my rosemary in boiling water. It is great for headaches!

lemonverbenalady said...

We almost got stuck getting out of McConnell's Mill! My little Honda was right on the edge of the exit road! Yikes, but we made it! It was exciting!

I'm lucky not to get too many headaches, Missy, but I'll try to remember that tip! This Victorian rosemary is mostly showy not smelly! Thanks ladies for stopping by!