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  • Taryn Hickle

    How to dry #garden design ideas #modern garden design #garden decorating before and after| http://garden-interior.blogspot.com

  • Robbie Essary

    How to dry herbs. I use rubber bands stretched and twisted around the bunches to hold them. As the herbs dry, they don't fall out of the bunches the way they do if one uses string or twist ties.

  • Lisa Devi

    Putting a ventilated brown paper bag over the herbs shades from sunlight and protects from dust.

  • Life And Larder

    Drying herbs. Dryer leaved herbs like thyme, sage, savory, marjoram, rosemary and oregano work best. Wash, get rid of the water, then spread out on a clean paper towel until they are dry. Then remove any dead leaves and tie into small bunches. Hang them to dry away from direct light but with air circulating. A clean paper bag with holes over the herb bundle, to control light and dust is a great idea. I find that thyme, sage, savory, marjoram rosemary and oregano

  • Lisa Bottomley

    Tips from The Vegetable Gardener on how to dry herbs effectively

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