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How to make a thyme seat

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Uploaded on May 29, 2007

A garden is a living thing and I'm of the belief that as much of the garden as possible should contain plants. I also say that all gardens should have somewhere that you can sit, relax and admire the garden. By combining plants and a garden seat together you can create a lovely living seat that will look good all year round and if you use herbs to make the seat it will also smell good. For my seat I'm planting thyme, but you could also use chamomile, pennyroyal or any low growing, fairly tough plants. This type of seat is mainly decorative because for much of the time the plants or compost will be damp, but if you use a cushion when sitting on the herbs you will get a wonderful aroma around you!

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