Cocktail gardening. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could plant a cork and a bottle of wine would grow? Ooops, there goes my imagination taking off on me
Yes, back to cocktail gardening. Last week I wrote a guest post for Jayme Jenkins over at aHa! Modern Living and I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss it. The article discusses 5 plants to make any garden party a success and cocktail recipes featuring herbs, fresh fruit and berries. While you’re over and aha! Modern Living be sure and check out Jayme’s cool online store that features unique, modern and eco-friendly home and garden accessories. I especially love the Roost Hemingway muddlers and the gift guide for the entertainer, the gardener and the bird lover. Jayme Jenkins and aHa Modern Living can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and at her personal garden blog Nest in Style.
Grow Your Own Cocktail Garden
This summer get creative in your garden by planting herbs, fruits and vegetables that you can take out of the garden and plunk right into your cocktail glass. Make imaginative cocktails and mocktails with rose, scented geranium, thyme, pineapple sage, peppers and tomatoes. Theme gardening is a fun and sometimes theatrical way to get creative in the garden. If you’re not a gardener but like to create meals and drinks with fresh ingredients. Read more…