Harvesting Herbs

Fresh herbs and flowers taste so much better when they are gathered from plants grown by your own endeavor — and you know they are free from any additives or artificial preservatives.

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Harvesting Nasturtium Blossoms
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Flowers

As they are very fragile and crush easily, pick only a few at a time. Collecting into a white container should enable you to discard any unwanted creatures. Only gather flowers from plants in your garden.

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