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Fresh herb always
Have you ever watch a cooking show where they have fresh herbs on hand and wish you did too?
Now more than ever indoor gardening has become a thing. Probably for all that extra time the pandemic had us living with. But just because things are starting to kinda of go back to normal doesn’t mean we are not going to keep this trend.
With that said, theres a preference for certain herbs like: parsley, dill, coriander, mint, basil, fennel, rosemary, sage, chives, tarragon, and thyme. The best part about herbs is that they don't take up a lot of space. You can plant them on your, balcony, kitchen counter, a designated shelf, or if you really want to have a variety of herbs you can get our The Jevanna Wall Pocket ™️ Planter For The Wall.
The basics pf herb gardening are:
- Drainage: Most herbs prefer moist, but well-drained soil with plenty of sun. Very wet soils will not produce happy herbs. (With our wall planter drainage is not going to be an issue)
- Fertilizer: Go easy on the fertilizer when growing herbs. If too much fertilizer is used, plants will produce large amounts of foliage with low quality flavor.
- Keep it sunny: Choose a sunny spot for your new herbs that will not be out of site, and therefore out of mind.
- Keep it manageable. If you’re new to gardening, or space is limited, consider choosing two or three herbs to begin with. Begin with those you think you will use more.
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