Thursday, April 10, 2008


I was thrilled to find that my oregano and thyme have survived the long winter when they emerged from under their snowy blanket this afternoon! It's too early to tell about the sage just yet.

There's a small patch of wild juniper in our front woods. Not very common in this area, but prolific up near Williams Lake.
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Cicero Sings said...

Your beds are exposed??? One of my beds is ALMOST exposed but the ones with my tarragon and thyme ... still deep under.

Ruth said...

I saw my garden for the first time last evening and was happy to see my herbs, including my sage were greening up. And my rhubarb was starting to poke up as well.

Amy said...

We sure do have a lot of wild juniper on the hillsides here.

I didn't know oregano was a perennial. I cook with it all the time. Now I want one :)