- Self-watering potted herb keeper requires up to 40% less watering
- Hydro-pad allows herbs to draw water as needed, includes 1 year supply
- Carbon steel container is covered for less evaporation
No room for vegetables? Pot up your plantsMarch 11, 2018 - Phys.Org
Ten-inch pots are good for green onions, parsley and herbs. For plants with larger root systems, such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplant, five-gallon containers are best. No matter what container type is used, adequate drainage is a must, Edmunds...
We asked gardeners for their best advice on planting herb gardens in TexasMarch 1, 2018 - kcentv.com
For beginners, picking up an herb that has already begun growing may be the best bet. If you put multiple herbs in one pot, Sandra said make sure to separate them a bit so they have room to grow even more. She suggested watering your herbs two to three...
Herb Garden - How to Water
To view the next video in this series click: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/977 Amy Stuart shows you how to make your own herb garden at home.
Herbs for Beginners
If you're interested in gardening but not sure where to begin, try planting herbs. They're extremely easy to grow and perfect for a beginner. Most herbs really only need soil with good drainage,...
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The Northwest Herb Lover's HandbookSasquatch Books. 2018
The soothing smell of lavender, rosemary's piney flavor, the bright colors of nasturtiums . . . herbs are wonderful things! In this handsome volume, Mary Preus provides a delightful entree into the world of herbs with detailed instructions on how to grow 50 of the most popular herbs and create an herbal lifestyle. Easy and delicious recipes, herbal crafts and gifts, landscaping with herbs, traditional and modern medicinal use, aromatherapy--it's all here in The Northwest Herb Lover's Handbook.