Harvesting Cilantro Each cilantro plant grows from the center and develops stems that branch out. Its best to harvest just the outer stems. This leaves the center of the plant undisturbed, allowing for future growth.
Epsom salts are used in the garden as a natural source of magnesium, particularly for roses, tomatoes, and peppers. The extra magnesium is believed to make the plants bushier and greener, with more blooms and abundant veggie yields.
This method shows you how-to by starting the seeds in your home first and avoiding the hot direct sun in the very beginning. Steps To Easily Grow Cilantro: Step 1 – Purchase a large container … … Continue reading →
marigolds for tomato plants- and the borage herb plant – are very effective at keeping those pests away from your tomato plants. Plant them nearby and watch your tomato plants grow to be healthy and robust.