Small Herb Garden making Nathalie’s life more easy – learn more

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How is Small Herb Garden Making Nathalie’s life More Easy

Who is Nathalie and Why is she on our gardening Blog? let me clear. she is a pro small herb garden grower and living life simpler the rest of us. She uses the herb garden plant and ingredient for her healthy recipe and shares on her Instagram.



so Let’s Not Waste Time and Learn From her about her small Garden From these question.

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1. You have an amazing small herb garden. When it comes to your mind to have one?

Thank you! I first considered starting an herb garden a couple of years ago. My family and I already had a veggie garden, but I had been interested in herbal teas, remedies, and medicine, so I thought I could try growing a few herbs of my own. I started out with just a few mint plants.

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2. What type of herbs do you grow in your outdoor garden?

My herb garden is in a small outdoor bed. It is about 3 feet wide by 8 feet long. I currently grow lavender, spearmint, chocolate mint, peppermint, lemon balm, rosemary, thyme, and sage. I also have a rose bush in my back yard that blooms wonderfully in late spring/early summer. We work hard to pick every bloom so that we can dry the petals to add to my teas.

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3. How often do you use your herbs in your daily life?

I use herbs frequently in my daily life. My passion is creating tea blends to help specific friends or to soothe particular ailments, so herbs are something I enjoy utilizing daily.

4. And how much did it cost you to have a herb garden.

The cost of my herb garden is minimal. I spend about $20 each year buying new little herb plants to plant with the other herbs so that I can grow my garden each year. I use the compost we produce ourselves to fertilize the garden, so no need for special growing or fertilizing agents. It really is very little cost considering how much it provides.

The cost of my herb garden is minimal. I spend about $20 each year buying new little herb plants to plant with the other herbs so that I can grow my garden each year. I use the compost we produce ourselves to fertilize the garden, so no need for special growing or fertilizing agents. It really is very little cost considering how much it provides.

5. Is herb garden maintenance hard?

I find herb maintenance to be very simple. I try to get out to the herb garden to weed once every week or two. I usually don’t have to water much because we do get enough rain most years. Generally, every time I weed, I harvest some of the herbs, and I do a big trimming and harvest before the weather gets really cold. That’s it!

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6. Please share your favorite herb recipes with us?
As I said, I love making teas with the dried herbs from my herb garden, but one of my favorite summer time uses for herbs is to make a light herb water infusion. That just means I put them straight into the water, let sit for a little while, then drink. I enjoy a nice calming and refreshing infusion on a hot summer day. Here is my most delicious water infusion recipe.
In a 2 quart pitcher, add about 10 lavender leaves, a pinch of lavender buds, and about 5 large spearmint leaves, slightly crushed. Fill with ice and water. Let sit for 30 minutes or more. Enjoy!
7. And please tell us in detail about your herb garden.
 My garden is in a small corner near my house, about 3 feet by 8 feet, bordered by old logs. On one side I have four lavender plants. In the middle, a lot of spearmints, chocolate mint, and peppermint. The other side has lemon balm, rosemary, sage, and thyme. It’s right up against my house and I have to work hard to keep the weeds from creeping in!
I hope Guys liked the interview and learned from this a lot.

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