To find yourself doing yard work and getting rid of those pesky weeds. Just wait, stop and look and make sure it’s not a wild herb growing. It’s an honest, easy mistake I have made for years. For my wild herbs I found dill and catamint growing wild, I have found a few universal uses for them. The key thing is to replant them in a potter for use, it is the best way to get the healthier way to get what you want out of the herb and a better way to keep the mini critters from eating away at them.
(Having problems with little critters, quick tip: light soapy water in a spray bottle will keep the critters go away).
When I get a chance to find wild herbs growing around me I snag them up and find uses for them later on. Nothings better than having control of the makeup process of the everyday daily things we use and eat. To find wild herbs can be a bit tricky without an off the top knowledge.When I first started learning my herbs I found taking pictures of the herb/weed and surf the net to find out, or most times I pull out my herb encyclopedia.
Also found owning one will advance you further in you garden of choice. I have created many little things with knowledge from my herb books, along with trial and era to create something new.
Now to replant what you found is oh so easy, my dear. Take your trolley shovel and your pot of choice,(for the pictures provided I used old wine hertz lying around my house, again I found most of my products at my local dollar store). Then, take some from fresh soil and add some to the bottom of your potter. For your dig out you want to dig out from two inches from the base, dig down to 3 inches, depending how tall your herb as grown wild so far, digging all the way around the 2 inches and 3 inches deep, lift with your trolley shovel and transfer to your potter.
I find taking the loose wet soil from where you digged depending if enriched with worms, I take it and cover some of it in the potter. Then cover the rest with fresh soil from the bag. Place for sun time 5 hours and the rest in warm shade, keep soil moist, good to be placed on your porch or for culinary use, kitchen windows.
Also, watch the video provided at the bottom it may give you a better visual of showing you. Click the link…..