You can preserve herbs from your garden and have homegrown seasoning for your food all of the time! There are many herbs that you can preserve by drying them. CLICK THROUGH TO THE POST for some quick tips on how to dry cilantro for use in salsa, Mexican
Herbs in frozen olive oil is one of my favorite ways to harvest. The herbs don't get dry, brown and brittle in the same way they do when they're frozen in water. They also retain their scent and flavor much more effectively!
10 Easy-to-Grow Herbs for a Simple Kitchen Herb Garden
Even if you don’t have outdoor gardening space, there are plenty of herbs that you can grow indoors successfully on a sunny windowsill. If you do grow herbs in your garden, fall is a great time to think about starting an indoor windowsill herb garden to grow herbs indoors so you can enjoy their fresh flavor all winter long.
Number 5 on list of Dos and Don't for Planting Herbs is finding a pot that has enough room for excess water to drain. Southern Patio's line of Resin Newbury Planters range in size from 6 - 20 and include drain holes in the bottom.
Uses for Lemon Balm ~ An Incredible Herb for Sleep & More