Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 6
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by radioseeker1 Great Design but Huge!
I chose this herb drying rack because I was so excited to have something that I could hang up to get my herbs off of my precious kitchen counter space! I love the concept of this product, but it is really large! The design is awesome. There are 6 layers or "trays" in total that are attached by twos. I love how you simply clip the layers together depending if you want 2 trays, 4 trays or 6 trays. The assembly is so easy to do and use. The racks are a lightweight mesh material so that herbs dry out quickly. It also comes with a storage bag, you simply twist up the racks into a circle and they easily fit into the storage bag when you are not using. The only down size is when fully assembled this rack is 63" long from the hanger to the base, and 34 and 1/2" in diameter! So it gives you a lot of drying room however for me in my kitchen I would have completely loved it, if it was 1/2 the size. I'm not sure you can tell in the pictures but we ended up having to hang this in our basement simply because there was no room for this in our kitchen! But really a great concept as long as you have the space to hang it!
August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yazsgranny Excellent Dry Net Hanging Herb Drying Rack
I am very pleased with this Herb Hanging Drying Rack. There is no way to compare the fragrance and taste of homegrown fresh herbs to what we typically find in the grocery stores. So I plant Cilantro, Sage, Basil, Oregano and green onions etc. in my container planters in early Spring and harvest them every Autumn. I typically store them in the freezer in olive oil, inside ice trays but I remember my mom stored her herbs in mason jars after she had hung them for drying. This great herb drying rack allows me to do that too and save a lot of space in my freezer . I just love it and I do recommend.
October 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Smarteboy Huge
I read the description, and for some reason, I thought this thing was smaller than it actually was. This is a plus if you have a large amount of herbs and whatnot to dry out, but if you are cramped on space - look for something else. Fully assembled, this thing is 5 feet tall and nearly 3 feet around. you can use just as many or as few of the trays as you would like to.
The sides are open, and the material is mesh. It's an army green color, so not real appealing on looks. The storage bag I received mine in ripped the first time I tried to put the rack back in it - so I docked a star for that. Easy to use, easy to store... great for large quantities.
September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by countrygirl13 Herb Drying rack
I have a herb garden and usually cut pieces off and hang them to dry and this herb drying rack will be perfect. I will be able to dry out much more quantities of herbs without taking up my porch ceiling space. I am absolutely thrilled with it and cannot wait to put it to use in a few weeks when my herbs have grown enough to dry for using. The herb drying rack comes in a nifty storage holder and it is lightweight. I definitely recommend getting this if you have a herb garden and want to save space drying out your herbs.
September 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer I'm gonna need a bigger herb garden!!
I'd been looking for a rack to dry my herbs on, and this looked like exactly what I needed. But I was totally shocked at how huge this thing is... it's about 3' across and has 6 layered racks so it can hold an entire green house worth of herbs. I does seem to be high quality, very sturdy, and versatile (you can use only as manly of the 6 racks as you need), but just be sure you have a large enough space to actually hang this monster!!
October 1, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Micah ok for large quantities
This is great for large quantities of herbs that you need to dry. Perfect for herbs and spices that will be ground up. You are laying things on their sides on a mesh surface so one side will be compressed and smooshed up. Not ideal for drying anything sticky. For showy dried herbs that will be used whole, I'd still dry by hanging upside down. Make sure to space things out to maximize drying times.
September 7, 2016