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How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking

Saturday, February 16, 2013

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking
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Do you have one that's easy-to-grow that is NOT in the article? If so please share.
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  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I grow oregano, marjoram, lemon balm, parsley, thyme, cilantro, dill, fennel, basil, chives, lavender, sage, rosemary, etc. but I grow them outdoors. I did it indoors for a while but it was messy.
    1318 days ago
  • DJ4HEALTH
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    1320 days ago
  • NELLIEC
    The main one I like is mint which was in the article. Did you know there are various varieties of mint. One variety I like is chocolate mint. It has brownish stems.
    1321 days ago
  • WARMSPRINGDAY
    My husband had gotten me a window sill herb garden last summer. The only thing that survived was the basil, and it has become woody and not very nice. I think I'll purchase some live plants and put them in instead of growing from seed. I did enjoy the basil while it lasted though. I'd like some basil and parsley, and maybe some thyme. I grow mint outdoors, and sometimes dill in my garden.
    1321 days ago
  • LIS193
    Thank you for the link!
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    1322 days ago
  • NASFKAB
    thanks Carol you are so good helping all of us
    1322 days ago
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