Now is the time to start you’re indoor herb gardens and a little research can go along way. soon you will see the blossoming of basil parsley, chives and the ever popular rosemary and thyme.
Here are some tips to get you started:
- keep your herb garden in a suitable place - where sunlight is generous ad humidity is low.
- If you are using old cups or mugs, drill a drainage hole into the bottom of the pot.
- Keep a diary of your herb garden - look out for signs of insects or fungal infection. Dying leaves, wilting or overly wet soil should also be noted.
- prune your herb garden - to give space for new leaves to grow.
You should then have a array of herbs you can use for every meal!
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