In my photo you can see Mint, Thyme, Oregano and Chives, all of which were given "the treatment". The Mint is perhaps the most impressive:
The new growth is very soft and delicate, not like the rather tough leaves it replaces. It will be great in a tabbouleh, I reckon, but maybe not so good in a Mint Sauce.
The others are a bit less well-advanced, but still looking good:
Not all of my Oregano got the chop. I'm leaving some of it until the birds have taken the seeds. The Goldfinches particularly love these.
Elsewhere my supply of Parsley is increasing too:
I'll also keep some of the Parsley in pots so that I can move it around when necessary - for instance I will be able to put the pots in my coldframe when required. Having some herbs in pots is very convenient in the Winter time. It means you can bring the pot indoors and carefully select which leaves you want to cut, rather than just grabbing the first ones you see simply because you don't want to stand around in the cold and dark (and probably rain) for any longer than strictly necessary!
As you can see in my photos, I have Parsley seedlings at three different stages now. These little ones will need thinning out soon.
Yesterday I sowed yet another batch of Parsley seeds. With weather like it has been recently, they will probably do well enough.