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How to Grow Sage
Sage (Salvia officinalis) is a hardy perennial (in zones 5 to 9) that tastes aromatic and slightly bitter. It is easy to grow, only having three major requirements - plenty of sunshine, good drainage and good air circulation. Sage grows well in a variety of climates, and it can survive in temperatures as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit. It looks pleasant in the garden and grows pretty
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16-12-2020, 20:40
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How to Grow Cardamom
Cardamom is one of the most expensive and unique spices in the world. If you live in a very warm, humid climate (or in US Department of Agriculture zones 10 to 12), you can grow your own cardamom plant. Plant a few cardamom seeds indoors and let them grow for a few months so they sprout above the soil. Transplant the seedlings to a shady place in your yard. It will take several years of
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15-12-2020, 09:10
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How to Grow Ginseng
Used in herbal medicine for thousands of years, high quality ginseng roots still fetch hundreds of dollars per pound, and patient growers can harvest large quantities using the "wild-simulated" growing method. The method described below requires seven years of growth before the harvesting, but produces high quality ginseng and lessens the chance of widespread crop death. While you can
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12-12-2020, 17:50
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How to Freeze Dill
Dill weed is a delicious herb that goes well with a variety of dishes. If you happen to have too much of this plant on hand, you can extend its shelf life and flavor by placing it in the freezer. Once you’ve washed and dried the dill, you have three main options. First, you can freeze the herb by storing it in a freezer-safe bag. If you’re planning on using the dill in stews and sauces,
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16-11-2020, 01:20
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How to Grow Rosemary
Fragrant, delicious rosemary is a wonderful herb to grow on your own, either indoors in a pot or outside in your garden. Rosemary is generally not hard to grow, and once it has taken root, this perennial, woody shrub will thrive for years. Read on to learn how to plant, care for, and harvest rosemary.
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13-11-2020, 17:50
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How to Grow a Ginger Plant
Growing your own ginger is easy and rewarding. Once planted, the ginger needs nothing but water and patience to mature into a delicious, spicy ingredient. This guide focuses on the edible species, but most flowering ornamental ginger plants grow in similar conditions.
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9-11-2020, 02:50
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How to Grow Fennel
Growing fennel is a wonderful way to add spice to recipes using home grown ingredients. The pungent aroma is considered inviting, while the rich, earthy flavor is known to significantly contribute to the taste of many dishes. Fennel is high in vitamin C and has been used as an herbal remedy for digestive issues for many thousands of years. In addition, its delicate, green fronds are
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6-11-2020, 05:00
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How to Grow Feverfew
Feverfew is an aromatic, flowering herb that can be used to brighten up your garden and even to treat medical conditions such as headaches. It is an easy-to-grow perennial plant, and is often mistaken for a weed because of how easily it spreads after taking hold. As long as you plant feverfew in well-draining soil, make sure it gets plenty of sun, and keep it watered, you will have a
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3-11-2020, 17:10
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How to Grow Catmint from Cuttings
Catmint, also known as "Nepeta mussinii," is not to be confused with catnip. While it is still attractive to cats, it also develops lavender-colored flowers along the tips, making it suitable as a border and filler in a garden. You can propagate catmint cuttings in water or in soil.
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27-10-2020, 02:30
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How to Grow a Tea Plant
It’s easy to buy tea, but it’s even more rewarding to grow tea plants on your own. Luckily, tea is fairly easy to grow because it thrives in a variety of climates. Plus, you can make several types of teas from the same plant, depending on how you handle the grown leaves. It takes a couple of years for tea to be mature enough to harvest, so be patient, take care of the plant, and you