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15 Comments

  • Essayons Family Garden 1 year ago

    That is such a neat area. Great having low maintenance herbs in the garden for cooking, fragrance, beauty and the pollinators.
    God Bless,
    Rob

  • Flaviagro 1 year ago

    Hi I hope you are fine I love everything you planted mostly lavender lavender is my favourite plant in the whole world it always smells for me very nice I love the stones well done those stones don’t disturb you sometimes when you want to remove unwonted plants? Thank you for showing us and wishing you all the best. Nice day

  • Ama blakrose 1 year ago

    Great video. Those are beautiful plants

  • Dan Organic Food Forest 1 year ago

    Very nice herbs selection, I have seen rosemary that grows 4 foot tall
    Thanks for sharing
    Have a good evening

  • Welcome to Chickenlandia 1 year ago

    Rosemary and sage are so hardy even I can't kill them! Hahaha.

  • BarrowBoy Woods 1 year ago

    Cool nice rocks and flowers thank you for sharing good job

  • Bee Rose 1 year ago

    That plant looks so good love the rocks around it

  • lceez media 1 year ago

    Love it, looks awesome.

  • Green Dream Project 1 year ago

    That's the way to do it. Put in some low water, low maintenance plants. Plus you're stacking functions. Nicely done!

  • Lori & Family 1 year ago

    Very nice!!

  • BushCraftBums 1 year ago

    Very cool guys. Looks amazing. Thanks for sharing. Have a blessed one

  • The Motorcycle Homestead 1 year ago

    Great video love. Love that lavender and the rosemary is also a great snake deterrent.

  • DebraM Taylor 1 year ago

    I like the cleanness of it

  • Jamaicagirl123 1 year ago

    Really lovely thank you so much for sharing god bless

  • Hewett Homestead 1 year ago

    That's great you guys. Good ideas for the homestead and you can eat them too!

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