Summer Stovetop Simmer

Naturally Fragrant Stovetop Simmer for Summer

Stovetop Recipe to Make your Home Smell Fresh for Spring Bridget, & Casey, The DIY Playbook | Home Decor, DIY, Crafts, & Fashion Bridget, & Casey, The DIY Playbook | Home Decor, DIY, Crafts, & Fashion 44.5k Followers Make your home smell fresh for summer with this simple stovetop recipe. It's so fragrant and will fill your home with fresh smells for the new season. #potpourri #recipe #summer
Use fresh herbs from the garden to make a summertime stovetop simmer. Thyme, Mint, and Rosemary combined with Lemon and Vanilla make your home smell amazing. #diypotpourri #summer #recipe

I love a home that smells good! There is something so wonderful about walking in, and being greeted with the fresh smells of the season. The herbs are in abundance from the garden, and while I use them fresh, and I dry some, I thought why not use a few in a stovetop simmer? Just a few ingredients from the garden. a few lemons, a splash of vanilla and some water will have your home smelling amazing as well.

Use lemon and herbs to create a medley of fresh simmering pot recipes to naturally fragrance your home for summer. #stovetopsimmer #potpourri

Naturally Fragrant Stovetop Simmer for Summer

How does a simmering pot work? It’s super simple! Just slice up the ingredients, place in a small pot and add enough water to cover.. Then place on stovetop and set heat to low. Here is what I used in my stovetop simmer.

- 2 lemons cut into slices
- sprigs of mint, thyme and rosemary
- 1 tsp vanilla
- water

If you plan to leave it on the stove for awhile, be sure to check the water level occasionally! You don't want your herbs and citrus to burn.

Simmering pots are a simple, all natural way to add fragrance to your home. You can make all sorts of scent combinations from ingredients you can easily find in your garden or pantry. Just add a few herbs, a lemon and some vanilla to this stovetop recipe to have your home smelling good for the summer.

With just a few herbs and some citrus fruit you can make a variety of combinations to make your home smell amazing!

Natural house refresher--water, lemons, vanilla and herbs simmer on the stove... Make the house smell great naturally.

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Rocky Hedge Farm is a simple living blog sharing the journey of a family living in small town USA. A hang laundry on the line, cook from scratch kind of girl, living in a modular home that is being remodeled, Sarah writes about balancing life as a mother, wife, homemaker, and farm girl.

Located in rural Missouri, Sarah keeps the company of her husband, and four children. The days are filled with time spent in the garden, keeping house, working on DIY projects, checking on the bees, and spending time with her husband and their children.