There’s nothing like the scents and flavors of homegrown herbs. The trouble is keeping them fresh when they’re growing like gangbusters. If you want to keep those tastes and aromas more alive at any time of year, you need to learn how to store and preserve your own homegrown herbs. Here are some tips to help you hold onto your herbs a little longer.
1. Harvest Before Frost
As the weather is cooling down and the first frost approaches where you live, keep a close eye on the weather. Be sure to harvest any tender herbs before the cold kills them off. This will help ensure you actually have an abundance of herbs to preserve.