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These living centerpieces take no skill and little time to create. Plus, they are inexpensive and can be moved to a sunny window for a lasting supply of ingredients in your own kitchen once the dinner party is over.
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Herbs are delightfully fragrant, adding to the enjoyment at dinner, and look at home in simple wooden boxes or terra cotta pots.
There is something so relaxing and soothing about the rustic simplicity of herb pots.
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Our fall soiree celebrates our annual olive harvest (from our small orchard). So, I think I may work in some olive branches along with herbs for this year's centerpieces. Images above via Elizabeth Anne Designs.
Even on a buffet tray, potted herbs can make a lovely impression like this one via The Kitchn.