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Planning a Cool Home Herb Garden

Jun 28 '16 | By joyspriscilla | Views: 112 | Comments: 0

Planting your herbs. You have two choices in planting either you start with the seeds or get the herbs you want that have already been grown. If you have a green thumb then you can start from the Food for Freedom Review seeds but if you are not sure getting a small plant that have started to take root would be better. When planting your seeds, plant them one inch apart and cover them slightly with soil. 

  

Tending to your herbs. Tend to your herbs by making sure that you get to water and weed them regularly. When watering your plants, check your soil if it is dry then it is time to water them. If you are not sure just water your herbs a little rather than watering them too much. Maintain humidity by spraying your herbs with water once a week to keep your plants healthy. 

  

Enjoy your herbs. As you see your herbs grow you can start using them for cooking making your meals more delicious, tastier and healthier. You will also be able to enjoy the sweet fragrance that your herbs provide making your kitchen feel homey and cozy. http://survivingthefinalbubblebookreview.com

  

Having a home herb garden has a lot of advantages for you because you do not need to worry about diseases or harmful insects. You can control how much sunlight your herbs should get and you can relocate them where they can get the most light. You do not have to worry about winter because you will have fresh herbs the whole year round. Finally, you have fresh tasty herbs anytime you need them.

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