herb garden


donhkcs
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herb garden

13 Aug '10 9:04 pm
I decided to do a small herb garden. I would like some examples of herbs that are pretty easy to grow and that taste great.Have any tips or any other suggestions for a great garden?

Kerole
A Gardener of Disrepair
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Taupaki, New Zealand

Re: herb garden

15 Aug '10 8:54 am
Well now that really depends on where in the world you are gardening...

skar88
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Re: herb garden

16 Aug '10 12:14 am
windowsill herbs tends to grow out towards the light source (sun). You can pick the top leaves to contain the plant to a smaller size. You cam also pick them at lower levels so that these let the smaller leaves develop and grow. The result will give you a small plant but with many leaves growing for you to harvest.

mathyujobs
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United states

Re: herb garden

26 Jun '13 9:11 pm
I know I am so late suggest to you here for herb garden. Here are a few things to think about as you plan an vegetation such as soak the plant seeds in water for a few hours, set up the ground and bins for increasing the plant seeds in, Sow the natural herb plant seeds 1-3 times further than the size the seeds, Implant the vegetation by pinching off the reduced set of results in.

MacFlax
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Canberra, Australia

Re: herb garden

30 Jan '15 11:12 pm
You heartless horrible fake mithanbabag.

moosey
head gardener
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Re: herb garden

31 Jan '15 7:10 am
Agree, Macflax. These 'oddiots' are ruining the forums. Even the odd kitchen is preferable. Have deleted.
PS I have run out of oomph. Have you got any spare? Cheers, M
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MacFlax
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Canberra, Australia

Re: herb garden

1 Feb '15 12:09 am
That one's a little persistent, a real weed!
My oomph has been diluted by all the rain we've had.

moosey
head gardener
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Re: herb garden

1 Feb '15 7:33 am
Blast! Maybe send some rain instead? Cheers, M
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