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An Herb-Drying Rack with Medieval Appeal

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An Herb-Drying Rack with Medieval Appeal

Alexa Hotz August 21, 2013

Think of all the households with McCormick spices sitting on the shelves. That’s not you; you’re going to grow your own herbs and dry them for future use. How? With a wrought-iron herb dryer (similar to the Cox & Cox Herb and Flower Dryer) from Burgon & Ball:

Above: The Harvest Herb Dryer is made from hand-forged steel that is powder-coated in matte black; £10.95 directly from Burgon & Ball; also available through Tinder.

Above: The dryer comes with six hooks.

Above: For drying herbs from the garden or the market, the herb dryer can hang from wall bracket or an S hook (included).

For more herbal solutions, see our other posts on Gardenista: An Herb Dryer Rack for Harvest Season, A Clever Kitchen Herb Rack from Austria, and a DIY Video on Rehabbing Your Herb Garden

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