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How to Dry Herbs

The right technique ensures a year-round supply of flavor

Length: 4:31

Drying your herbal bounty couldn't be easier. It can be done by either hanging the herbs in bunches or laying them in shallow baskets or on screens. In this video, culinary herbalist Susan Belsinger demonstrates her technique for harvesting and preserving herbs.

For more on how to dry herbs, visit our sister site, www.vegetablegardener.com.

Shot by: Kate Geruntho Frank; Edited by: Cari Delahanty

From Fine Gardening 123, pp. 56-59