Creekside Farms in Monterey County has built a national reputation for artisan wreaths, made with ingredients grown on their family farm. Their kitchen herb wreath uses blocks (clockwise from top) of lavender, bay leaves, oregano, dill flowers, rosemary and sage. The herbs are dried in little bundles, then attached to the wreath frame. This edible and fragrant herbal wreath can also be used for cooking; just snip off what you need.
Creekside Farms in Monterey County has built a national reputation for artisan wreaths, made with ingredients grown on their family farm. Their kitchen herb wreath uses blocks (clockwise from top) of lavender, bay leaves, oregano, dill flowers, rosemary and sage. The herbs are dried in little bundles, then attached to the wreath frame. This edible and fragrant herbal wreath can also be used for cooking; just snip off what you need. unknown Creekside Farms
Creekside Farms in Monterey County has built a national reputation for artisan wreaths, made with ingredients grown on their family farm. Their kitchen herb wreath uses blocks (clockwise from top) of lavender, bay leaves, oregano, dill flowers, rosemary and sage. The herbs are dried in little bundles, then attached to the wreath frame. This edible and fragrant herbal wreath can also be used for cooking; just snip off what you need. unknown Creekside Farms
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November 27, 2014 04:00 PM

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