Vintage mason jars are the ideal containers for a kitchen herbarium. Almost any herb can be started from seed in a mason jar. Chive, thyme, and rosemary are excellent choices. For each, follow package instructions and keep soil warm, moist, and in full light until seeds have germinated. When they outgrow their space, you can cut them as needed, or transplant them into a larger container or into the garden.”
Lavender and Clove Air Freshener 8 drops lavender oil 4 drops bergamont oil 4 drops clove oil 2 drops peppermint oil 1/4 cup vodka 1/4 cup distilled water Combine all ingredients in a measuring cup, then pour into a 4 ounce glass spray bottle.
FRAGRANT COMBINATIONS: 1. Orange, Cinnamon & Spice. 2. Lemon, Rosemary & Vanilla. 3. Lime, Thyme, Mint & Vanilla. 4. Orange, Ginger, & Almond. 5. Pine, Bay Leaves, & Nutmeg. Add water and simmer in a candle warmer, or an open pot on the stove. Scented waters may be refrigerated between uses. Reuse for 2-3 days, or as long as they still have a pleasant fragrance.