How To: Grow Your Own Herbs

How To: Grow Your Own Herbs


How to: Grow Your Own Herbs

12" x 18" digital print on cotton cover (100% tree free)


When possible, the artist does her best to uphold her commitment to sustainability beyond her art and into her packaging. Her small prints are packaged and shipped into eco-clear compostable bags. These bags are made with polylactide acid created from the lactic acid in plants and certified compostable.

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This is a print made from an original art illustration using ink, watercolor, and homemade pigment. Homemade pigment from organic material such as tea, cabbage, beets, and spices. This collection aims to spread awareness on how to live more sustainably through art. Each poster features a different topic and easy to understand information along with fun facts. The inspiration for this series comes from Megan's own experience of having a small, natural garden that is 100% free from the use of chemicals or pesticides.

A NOTE FROM THE ARTIST: In our Northern California backyard where we have mild winters, I plant most of our herbs at the start of Fall. They seem to like the cooler temps better. Herbs that love the Summer heat are basil, mint, and lemongrass. True tropical herb lovers are ginger and turmeric which primarily grow in much warmer climates. Its important to look up your USDA zone to determine what will truly thrive in your yard. You can also visit your local nursery (NOT the big box store) to buy ORGANIC plant starts and seeds.

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