Grow your own cocktails #3: Create a cocktail garden


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Following on from my grow your own cocktails articles, I’ve discovered* a fabulously researched and detailed piece on creating cocktail gardens that’s well worth reading (tarragon, sorrel and borage sound particularly interesting options, particularly as borage is a really common weed so it’s nice that it has a use in cocktails. I’m thinking that it could be good with gin – particularly Hendricks – as it tastes of cucumber.)

*Link courtesy of HomeGrownEdible, who are well worth following if you’re a Tweeter – other cool links from them include one on preserving your herbs and another on which herbs match which foods. And GrowEatGift is now on Twitter too – please follow us if you like the site.)

One response to this post.

  1. […] cocktails and gardening go together perfectly (thus explaining the Pimms Plant, Mojito planter and cocktail garden posts.). As such, I was gratified to discover that awarding-winning restaurant and bar, The […]


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