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How to Prune Rosemary
Rosemary can make a great addition to any herb garden, but it does require a little bit of pruning to grow properly and look its best. Each year in early spring, trim 2–3 inches (5.1–7.6 cm) from the long, leaf-covered stems on the outermost part of the plant. Remove dead wood and criss-crossing branches to reduce the size of overgrown shrubs, being careful not to cut back more than a
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23-02-2021, 01:50
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How to Grow Yarrow
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is a common garden perennial with fern-like leaves and small blooms that are usually white but can also be yellow, pink or purple. Although yarrow is most known for its ability to grow in a variety of habitats, it is important to know the ideal conditions for growth and how to contain such a persistent plant. Once you’ve got the basics down, yarrow is a
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10-02-2021, 02:10
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How to Grow an Indoor Herb Garden
Growing herbs can be fun and easy. There are many ways to start an herb garden. With a little bit of care and patience, you will soon have an endless supply of tasty herbs to use in your cooking. If you have any kids, consider turning this into a learning activity to teach them about gardening.
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8-02-2021, 20:50
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How to Harvest Parsley
Parsley is fairly easy to grow and even easier to harvest, but in order to get the best yield and flavor, there are a few protocols you should observe. First year parsley plants should be harvested for their leaves, while second year plants are generally harvested for their seeds.
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24-01-2021, 07:30
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How to Grow Ginger in Your Garden
Although it is originally from Asia, ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a great plant to have in any garden. This spice is not only easy to grow; it also has a number of culinary and medicinal uses as well. Culinary ginger is a perennial that is ideally suited for southern growers in zones 8 to 11, where it can survive most if not all of the winter outdoors. For everyone else, bringing the
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11-01-2021, 23:00
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How to Grow Rosemary Indoors
Rosemary is a popular herb to grow indoors because it's useful in cooking, decorative, and smells divine! Luckily, this herb is also easy to grow and pretty low-maintenance. Professionals recommend growing rosemary from a cutting rather than planting seeds because it grows much easier and faster that way. However, you can always plant seeds if you don't have another rosemary plant
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8-01-2021, 21:00
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How to Grow Parsley
Parsley is a popular herb used for flavoring many dishes, and it is commonly seen on plates as a garnish. Known for its ability to neutralize bad breath, you can chew on the sprig of parsley garnishing your plate after your meal to freshen your breath. Parsley is an easy-to-grow biennial plant in mild climates, and an annual in cold climates.
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2-01-2021, 10:50
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How to Prune Mint
Mint is a wonderful plant with many uses. However, it can easily grow out of control if not planted and pruned properly. Learning how to take care of your mint plant will save you tons of time and headaches in the future. Once you know what you're doing, pruning mint is easy!
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29-12-2020, 07:00
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How to Grow Dill
Dill is a perennial herb that is often used for pickling as well as in soups, dips, salads, and stews. In addition to being delicious, dill is easy to grow either indoors or in a garden, making it a great addition to any herb or vegetable garden. All you need is a sunny location and slightly acidic, well-drained soil, and you'll be enjoying this tangy herb in no time!
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28-12-2020, 04:00
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How to Harvest Basil
There’s nothing like fresh basil on pizza, pasta, or homemade bruschetta. Not only is harvesting leaves from your basil plant great for your dinner plans, it’s actually also necessary for keeping your plant strong and healthy. We’ll show you the easiest way to harvest fresh basil, plus how to store it so you have delicious basil for weeks or months to come.