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Filling In Garden "Gaps" after Herbs are Harvested

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Perhaps you've planted an herb garden and have some "gaps" where an herb grew before you harvested it.

You may grow herbs for their appearance in your yard, as well as their flavor and nutritional qualities. If so, consider buying some small, lighter weight garden ornaments as a fun way to fill in the spaces. Many ornaments are on sale after the start of gardening season.

Here are some of the items I have "waiting in the wings" to occupy empty spots in my herb garden.

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