Shari@puregrace
Shari@puregrace
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Make Your Own Drying Rack for All Your Fresh Herbs


Drying fresh homegrown herbs does not have to be difficult. Make your own frames for drying. That will last for years. Simple, easy to read instructions.
Basil Ready for Drying
Basil Ready for Drying
Simple Construction made to last.  Stackable too.
Simple Construction made to last. Stackable too.
Dried Basil, Ready to Go
Dried Basil, Ready to Go

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  • Dee
    on Jun 14, 2015

    I actually made this very thing-but to sift my compost! Talk about double-duty. I've been looking for something to dry my basil on, and it's already sitting in my back yard. And I know this is an old post, but I saw it at the perfect time!

  • Carol Fredette
    on Oct 22, 2015

    AS long as you stay with the PVC hardware cloth all will be good. Metal cloth is not lead free. Thought all should know.

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