Bouquet Garni

    Exposure: Full/Part Sun
    Mature Size: Varies
    Bloom: Varies
    Pot Size: 3.25
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    • Indoor

    • Tired of the same ol' Soups, Stews & Stocks. It's time to take them to the next level with Bouquet Garni's.
      This fancy schmancy French term means a garnished bouquet. This method is a simple way to add flavoring to any soup or stew.
      It's easy as 1...2...3!
      • Step 1: For a classic bouquet garni, gather together a few fresh herbs. A classic bouquet garni is made with 3 sprigs of Parsley Plant, 1 small sprig of Thyme, and 1 small Bay leaf. For a flavorful twist, lemon and orange zest can also be added.
      • Step 2: Use unwaxed kitchen string to tie the bouquet garni, then add the bundle to the pot. This makes it easy to remove after cooking.
      • Step 3: To stop the herbs from coming apart in the liquid, you can tie them in a piece of cheesecloth. To add a little spice throw in a few whole black peppercorns, if desired.



      Bay Plant
      The smell of this noble herb reminds you of balsam, clove, mint, and some say even honey! The bay leaf is well known for its use in hearty stews and other long-simmering dishes. The slightly sharp, peppery, almost bitter taste adds much to dinner. 


      ROSEMARYHill Hardy Rosemary is a wonderful, cold tolerant Rosemary that loves sun and needs little watering. Upright and robust, this aromatic herb has a pleasing flavor and fragrance for cooking and soaps. 



      Herb gardening for flavor means that you have to add our delicious herb plants grown for exceptional taste. Parsley 'Flat Leaf', also known as "Italian" Parsley has strong flavored leaves that make it the parsley associated with Italian dishes. This culinary herb is sometimes known as flat-leaf parsley has serrated leaves and a clean, slightly peppery taste.



      Winter Savory is a spicy culinary herb from the Mint family that compliments fish, beans and poultry with its intense flavor. Though it loses some of this intensity during the cooking process, Winter Savory remains aromatic and is often used to flavor liqueurs and makes a beautiful garnish to any salad

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