1 Cup mint leaves 1/3 Cup roasted, salted, shelled pistachios 1 Small clove garlic, peeled 1/4 Teaspoon salt 1/4 Cup extra virgin olive oil or more Juice of 1/4 lime or to taste Put the mint leaves, pistachios, garlic and salt into a small food processor or into a mortar. Process or crush until coarsely ground. In a steady stream, add the oil and lime juice until the consistency is of your liking. Voila!
What to do: Annuals: Plants that can take summer heat include salvia, angelonia, wax begonia, and ornamental pepper. See Gardening with Annuals in Florida: Bulbs: Planting early-, mid-, and late-blooming varieties of daylily ensures months of color from these low maintenance plants. See Bulbs for Florida: Herbs: Continue to plant heat loving herbs, including basil, oregano, sage, Mexican tarragon, and rosemary. See Herbs in the Florida Garden: Vegetables: Southern favorites
Dear Garden Club by the Sea friends, I can hardly believe my term is half-way complete! The time has flown by, just as the saying goes, time flies when you’re having fun! April was a busy month for us. GCBS members did a beautiful job hosting the SBGC. We had a nice program and provided yummy refreshments! For all of you who helped and those who attended, thank you for a job well done! On April 18th and 19th, I proudly represented our club at the FFGC State Convention