5 best herbs to grow in your kitchen window - parsley, oregano, chives, basil, thyme

5 best herbs to grow in your kitchen window - parsley, oregano, chives, basil, thyme

Basil Growing Tips.  Ample sunshine, moderately dry soil, harvest large leaves every few weeks.

Basil Growing Tips. Ample sunshine, moderately dry soil, harvest large leaves every few weeks.

Who doesn’t LOVE garlic?! This is a staple in my household and I hate when I buy a whole bulb and can’t use it all right away, or end up not having any at all. Never go without using this great indoor bulb growing technique. And perhaps, you can also put it to good use throughout the house with a variety of other plants!

Who doesn’t LOVE garlic?! This is a staple in my household and I hate when I buy a whole bulb and can’t use it all right away, or end up not having any at all. Never go without using this great indoor bulb growing technique. And perhaps, you can also put it to good use throughout the house with a variety of other plants!

To help them get established the first year you start them, pinch off the first set of blossoms up until July then allow the blossoms to grow so you can enjoy a Fall harvest. Next year you can enjoy the harvest in both Spring  Fall (no need to pinch off any blossoms)

To help them get established the first year you start them, pinch off the first set of blossoms up until July then allow the blossoms to grow so you can enjoy a Fall harvest. Next year you can enjoy the harvest in both Spring Fall (no need to pinch off any blossoms)

Great site for everything you need to about growing Lavender...a good read before I decided to transplant my lavender to a new area in the yard.

Great site for everything you need to about growing Lavender...a good read before I decided to transplant my lavender to a new area in the yard.

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