I love this time of year, the span from Thanksgiving until Christmas, and although I’m not spending quite as much time in my yard, the outdoors is still very much a part of my activities. That’s because as I’m doing my holiday cooking and baking, I’m using wonderful herbs that remind me of this season each year.
Herbs are wonderful plants to have in our landscaping because they add colors, textures and aromas above and beyond the usual plants we incorporate. They are hardy, can usually handle sun and dry conditions, and are fairly easy to find. But they are so much more than that.
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Darla Menking is a certified Bell County Texas Master Gardener and a Texas Master Naturalist. Email her at email@example.com.