Tell me, what’s happening in your herb patch?
I'd love to see what herb is growing in your herb patch on your own blog, take a photo and come back and link up with Mr linky tool.
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This weeks herb growing in our garden is Angelica
Angelica pachycarpa (shiny angelica) is an impostor
Shiny angelica is not what I would recommend in your herb patch
The heads of flowers were cut and placed in the compost bin, the blow flies can hang out there thank you!.
Shiny leaved angelica (Angelica pachycarpa) is not the species of angelica you want in your herb patch.
The edible and medical angelica is called Angelica Archangelica and is the species of angelica used to make candied angelica, it's also brilliant to pop a stem of in a pot of rhubarb cooking to take out the bitterness.
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(Lets play each Thursday what is in your herb patch)
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