Herb gardening has been one of the most pleaseant of all my endeavers. It is not uncommon for me or one of my girls to clip some fresh mint to make mint tea and add some ice cubes. Or pick the chives out of the the garden to make a dip. This year my Stinging Nettle is growing strong. So I thought I would cook it as I would spinach and see how this narrow leaf tastes.
In our garden we are growing Chives, Stinging Nettle, Mint, and Thyme.
The Mint and Thyme produce seed every year and grow in various other spots in the yard as well.
This is the Stinging Nettle below. it really does sting and hurt if your not watching yourself.