Sharon Smith and Mary Wilhite of Blue Moon Gardens in Edom, Texas, prepare containers for herbs.
By Gary Ford
At Blue Moon Gardens, Mary Wilhite, left, and Sharon Smith
work together in creating container herbs.
One utilitarian container is seated into the more decorative
A "bouquet" of herbs fill the pot.
Scent and taste are contained in this one display of
coriander, rosemary, and thyme. That's sage in the foreground.
Lemon balm has been used since Middle Ages as a calming
Thyme, a Mediterranean native, grows well indoors.
A garden of several herbs may flourish in one container.
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