absolutely lovely! kenza
I always want my own herb garden, but very reluctant, because I live in a very tight space. Do they grow well indoor, in pots?? Well, this gives me hope.
wow :p that's so cool!! i hope they survive the winter too.
Good luck little plants! They look like they're going strong so far.
i´m sure they are in very good hands. happy weel natsumi!
they look lovely. I really like the color.
I can smell the wonderul herbs. I'm sure they will do well indoors. xo
How lovely! Just make sure your herbs have enough light (put the pots at a wndow) and enough water but not too much, espacially for the rosemary wich is a mediterranean plant build up to face dryness. The frequency of watering depends on your heating, which have influence on the moist in the air. Avoid overwatering, that will bring mildew, especially to the mint. Better underwater a bit, rosemary and mint are strong plants. The best way to know if your plants need water is to touch the ground in the pot. It must be very slightly moist at the surface. But there is one thing you can do every day: speak to your plants! Say "thank you" and "how beautiful you are today!". They really appreciate! And they love music too. :o)
I'm sure they will, they look very healthy.
gorgeous! it;s funny to see how there's such a resemblance between your photos and your art. the simplicity, the brightness and the eye for the detail. love it!
Aw it is wonderful! :) Make me feel alive!! xo
Mmm, I can smell them from here :) Lovely colours, fresh and uplifting. The simple beauty of nature.
Lovely, they grow inside so strong...I have them outside..don´t know how much will they last.
Hum...you have the soul of a gardener;)They're beautifull!
I can almost smell them...
I love those tender greens....so nice to come to visit you...www.d-un-bout-du-monde-a-l-autre.com
You have "green hands"! :)
your herbs look exceedingly healthy :)
gosh the colours are so pretty and fresh! i'm sure with your excellent care they will survive the winter just fine :) lots of hugs from across the ocean!
grate idea. so fresh!!!
Such delicate pictures!Is a trip to Japan on the cards for you anytime soon?I wish the Yen was not so strong right now!
This is so gorgeous... Fine and delicate like your drawings...
It helps if you give them a little bit of organic fertilizer. For indoor plants I like to use one that is seaweed based, because it has a pleasant smell unlike fish meal, etc.
OH! they look beautifully delicious :P
So nice!I feel like to have mint and rosemary too!I bout rosemary several times in Sweden, but all of them died.I guess it was because lack of sunshine,I kept them indoor by the window but as you might know winter is so dark everyday there.Today I transplanted 2 Avocado seeds from pet bottles with water to soil.
I have mint, parsley and chive and I love the green touch they bring to the kitchen ...
I can smell mint and rosemary !!! and imagine a walk a sunny land, or an herbal tea with my grand mother...Beautiful pictures !
One of my favorite things to do with herbs, especially mint, is rub my hands up the stalks and smell the lovely oil that comes off. Beautiful shots!
Love the dash of green against the white! Makes it look really refreshing, bright and cheery.I haven't been very good with plants but I'm gonna try my hands on them again. I always see these little pots in Japanese living spaces which I totally adore. Kawaii!!
Your indoor herbs look very happy... :)
Hope they do too! (Technically rosemary could just stay outdoors through the winter)
what beautiful pictures of the mint stems!
ha, so you said on your comment.my basil's gone indoors now too (it was starting to feel a bit worse for wear). let's see whether it survives the move ;)
I've got some rosemary in my garden that spends the whole winter outside and keeps growing every year even more gorgeous :) I love, love, love using it in my cooking.
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