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Zone 5/6 Perennial Herb Photos in Early Spring

 
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You can look at herb photos online (usually with them in bloom) and find lists of herbs,  but what about seasonally so you get that reality thing (i.e. they aren't always in bloom)?

I decided to do a series on Facebook and Instagram for zone 5/6 perennial culinary herbs. Too many photos to put here and more will come.

https://www.facebook.com/AmitEnventres/ or
https://www.instagram.com/amit_edible_garden_design/
 
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A very good idea, thank you.
 
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Way to go Amit!  what a great reference tool for selecting the right herbs.
 
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