Herb garden

farmgrl7

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Finally got my chicken herbs planted and all set up (after repotting and rearranging I don’t know how many times). Chickens and myself are satisfied!
 

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Callender Girl

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Nice work! It's great to grow your own herbs and have them easily available for use. And you've made a really attractive arrangement.

I thought elevating my potted herbs would protect them from the chickens long enough for me to harvest some. However, it's been more of a race between species.

The girls don't really seem to want to eat the herbs -- they just want to take bites out of the leaves, making me less likely to want to eat those leaves. Hope your girls are better behaved!
 

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