One of the beautiful things about starting an herb garden is that you can grow herbs just about anywhere, from a traditional garden bed in your back yard to a potting garden on your patio or along your kitchen window. You can even try a hydroponic herb garden.
Fresh herbs, like basil and thyme, can add great flavor to a meal, but oftentimes you won’t be able to use them fast enough before they go bad. One great option is to dry all of your excess herbs. This can be easy with a DIY drying rack, which will make sure that air circulates on all sides of the leaves.
To make your own herb drying rack, all you really need is a little wood and metal mesh that is the right size. At Lawrence Sintered Metals, we can provide the perfect type of metal mesh for all your herb and plant drying needs.