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    See the "Herb Centerpiece" in our Garden Party Ideas gallery

  • Becca Loew

    See the "Herb Centerpiece" in our Summer Centerpieces gallery

  • Hannah Miller

    Herb Centerpiece When herb gardens overflow with more than is needed in any kitchen, why not use the extra yield in a fragrant centerpiece? Mix shapes and textures, and add color with edible flowers and herb blossoms. This arrangement, which includes dill, rosemary, mint, basil, thyme, lavender, nasturtiums, and flowering herbs, sits in a high-sided bowl; a smaller bowl within keeps the stems in place. But a vase, pitcher, or jar would work just as well

  • Kirsten Kelsch

    See the "Kitchen Herb Centerpiece" in our Crafts With Herbs gallery

  • Kim De Smet

    Party Themes and Ideas: Garden Party Ideas - Martha Stewart

  • Susan Lopes

    See the "Herb Centerpiece" in our Outdoor Party Centerpieces gallery

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