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gutreactions | Apr 30, 201805:03 AM     23

We're ready! Our patio was renovated this past winter and we are anxious to get it growing again. We were able to save our chives and oregano which are coming back nicely in their original pots. Went on a starter herb shopping trip last weekend and found the best variety at this point in the season at Gilbertie's in Westport. So we bought some basics: basil, rosemary, French tarragon, Greek oregano, nasturtium, dill, thyme, lavender and parsley. Will be on the lookout for interesting accessories and some small vegetables, too, like tomatoes and peppers. www.gilbertiesherbs.com
How is your garden doing? What are the best resources for filling in our growing season in the Westchester/Connecticut area?

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