The Old Tin Bath was in a dreadful state at the start of the weekend.
We have been using pickings from it all through the Winter, which I think is pretty good going considering the rain and frost we have had. The Rosemary especially has been prolific and tasty, although it looks like it's on its last legs in this photo.
I dug out all the herbs and Lovely Hubby helped me to remove most of the compost from the bath over the weekend working between heavy showers. New compost was added and the herbs were put back into it, with the herbs from all the small pots joining the replaced larger ones.
Before digging out the largest Rosemary I snipped off a few cuttings, stripping the lower leaves from the stems so they wouldn't be under the water.
I decided to use a few of the trimmings in a Focaccia that I made to go with our lunchtime soup.
And the rest joined the big cuttings ...
... on the kitchen windowsill.
My kitchen now smells divine, who needs artificial air freshners .... not us for sure!!