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How to Fertilize Herbs
The fertilization of herbs is a hotly-debated topic in the gardening community. The general consensus is that the vast majority of herbs should not be fertilized—especially if you plan on using them as ingredient in food. Herbs are quite resilient to begin with and if they grow too big, their aroma and flavor will diminish significantly. If you do want to fertilize herbs, use a
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10-05-2021, 05:40
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How to Grow Patchouli
Patchouli is famous for its spicy, earthy, complex aroma. It has jagged, green leaves with small white flowers. A relative of the mint family, patchouli became popular as a fragrance during the 1960s and is often associated with hippie culture. Native to Asia, it is happiest growing in warm to tropical climates, including parts of Southern California, Arizona, and Florida. With proper
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2-05-2021, 16:10
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How to Grow Rue
Rue is a shrubby perennial on a woody base. It has very aromatic leaves and is an attractive herb whose dried leaves can be strewn about your home to repel insects. The dried leaves are also effective when used in a sachet.
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12-04-2021, 07:20
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How to Grow Cilantro
Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is an herb with savory, deep green leaves that are harvested fresh and used to flavor a variety of Asian and Latin dishes. It is also known as coriander or Chinese parsley. Cilantro isn't difficult to grow, and the seeds can be planted directly in the soil as soon as all danger of frost has passed or they can be grown in a pot. Here's how.
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11-04-2021, 22:00
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How to Grow Rosemary from Seed
Rosemary is an edible perennial evergreen shrub that’s often used in cooking. You can buy fresh or dried rosemary at the grocery store, but you can also grow your own in the garden. Planting rosemary from seed takes time, and it’s important to get a head start on germination many weeks before you'd want to move the herb outside. The trick with growing rosemary from seed is patience,
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8-04-2021, 03:30
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Vietnamese mint, also called "hot mint," is known for its peppery flavor and often used in soups or salad. Although this herb is native to tropical areas, it can be grown in most climates so long as you keep it warm and damp. This perennial herb can thrive indoors or in your garden for years if you grow it in the right conditions. Before you know it, you'll have plenty of Vietnamese
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27-03-2021, 14:00
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Horseradish is a pungent root vegetable that is commonly used to impart a zesty, hot flavor to foods. Horseradish is a hardy perennial, and can be grown in cold climates, full sun, or light shade. Planting horseradish in your home garden will supply you with an abundance of the vegetable right at your fingertips, which you can use to season meats, fish, soups, sauces or even add to a
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26-03-2021, 05:00
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How to Plant Basil in a Pot
Basil is one of the most widely-used herbs in the world, but every cook knows that fresh basil tastes way better than the dried stuff. Basil also happens to be very easy to grow at home. It’s a plant that lasts only a year, but it can produce as much as 12 cups (241.2 g) of leaves in that short time. It’s a hardy, warm-weather plant that doesn’t require a lot of maintenance. You can
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18-03-2021, 06:50
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How to Grow Chives
Chives are a member of the onion family, but unlike most onions, the greens are harvested instead of the bulb. In comparison to standard onions, chives have a much milder taste. The small grass-like herb is often added to soups, salads, and sauces for it's light flavor and aesthetic appeal. Whether you're using chives for cooking or as an ornamental addition to your garden, the entire
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6-03-2021, 00:30
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How to Grow Basil
Basil is easy to grow, and transforms ordinary meals into culinary treasures! Fresh basil not only tastes better than dried, it actually tastes different, almost as if it were not the same herb. This article outlines how to plant and harvest basil.