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Leftover corks, bamboo skewers, and a Sharpie turned these bits into cute herb garden markers.

Leftover corks, bamboo skewers, and a Sharpie turned these bits into cute herb garden markers.

Lavender planted in the herb garden, with cork and skewer herb label

Lavender planted in the herb garden, with cork and skewer herb label

The herb garden; planted, mulch, and beginning to grow.  Lemon tree, blueberries, basil, rosemary, thyme, lavender, marjoram, dill, and tarragon. Grow babies, grow!

The herb garden; planted, mulch, and beginning to grow. Lemon tree, blueberries, basil, rosemary, thyme, lavender, marjoram, dill, and tarragon. Grow babies, grow!

Rosemary planted in the herb garden, with cork and skewer marker

Rosemary planted in the herb garden, with cork and skewer marker

Herb garden layout from above. Meyer lemon tree is planted at the center.  Pavers are arranged in a checkerboard. Plants to be planted between pavers, allowing the pavers to serve as stepping stones to access the garden.

Herb garden layout from above. Meyer lemon tree is planted at the center. Pavers are arranged in a checkerboard. Plants to be planted between pavers, allowing the pavers to serve as stepping stones to access the garden.

Herb garden; square pavers create a checker board pattern where herbs may be planted in between.  Meyer lemon tree is planted at the center of the garden.

square pavers create a checker board pattern where herbs may be planted in between. Meyer lemon tree is planted at the center of the garden.

Breezeway leading from the cottage, between the detached garage, and carriage house, to the herb garden

Breezeway leading from the cottage, between the detached garage, and carriage house, to the herb garden

A small patch of weeds alongside our carriage house, transformed into an Herb Garden.  The layout included pavers as stepping stones, cork and skewer herb markers, along with black mulch to assist in moister for the garden.  Stop by the blog at www.thegreydovecottage, to read about the project.

A small patch of weeds alongside our carriage house, transformed into an Herb Garden. The layout included pavers as stepping stones, cork and skewer herb markers, along with black mulch to assist in moister for the garden. Stop by the blog at www.thegreydovecottage, to read about the project.

Rosemary, basil, and a blueberry bush.  Cork and skewer herb garden markers identify plants.

Rosemary, basil, and a blueberry bush. Cork and skewer herb garden markers identify plants.

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