Picture this: You take garden potatoes from storage, lay them in a roasting pan and dab them with olive oil. Then you pluck fresh sprigs of rosemary, sage and thyme and sprinkle the herbs on the potatoes. The best part? These fresh herbs grew in your kitchen – on the windowsill. This scenario could be yours by cultivating a container herb garden in your kitchen this fall, said Weston Miller, horticulturist with the Oregon State University Extension Service. “Growing herbs indoors definitely has benefits,” Miller said. “It helps cure those winter blues when it gets cloudy or cold outside. It’s …
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