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Indoor Gardens. Now is the time to start growing plants for outside gardens or keep some plants inside, like an herb garden near an indoor sunny window.

Good Housekeepingfrom Good Housekeeping

How to Grow a Winter Herb Garden

Think growing herbs indoors is difficult? Think again. Here's how in 3 simple steps!

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Tower of Herbs

Don't miss out on fresh herbs (or pay a lot for them at the market) just because you don't have a big yard. Situate this compact stacked pots herb garden in a sunny spot near the kitchen door for easy snipping.

Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazinefrom Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 10 Plant Wall Decor

5 Herbs That Grow Well in The Shade

Grow a Good Lifefrom Grow a Good Life

Grow Herbs Indoors: 5 Herbs that Thrive Inside

Grow Herbs Indoors All Winter via Grow a Good Life

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5 Quick Fixes: Herbs for the Kitchen Windowsill

5 Quick Fixes: Herbs for the Kitchen Windowsill: Remodelista

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20 Ways to Start an Indoor Herb Garden

Use a tension rods and some hooks to DIY this indoor herb garden.

Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Top Garden Trends for 2013

Personal Herb Gardens for year around fresh herbs. Riding alongside the desire to grow vegetables, cooking with fresh herbs -- straight from the garden -- has become equally as important. As long as people get enough sun to grow them, windowsill garden planters -- full of rosemary, basil, and parsley -- are popping up all over the country.

How to cut herbs - for basil don't pluck leaves off, instead trim stem. Leave two sets of leaves on stem (leaves grow in pairs across from each other). Cut immediately above the second set of leaves from the ground. Plant will then grow new branches from this cut.

Hometalkfrom Hometalk

Growing Herbs Indoors

I LOVE growing herbs! They are pretty easy to grow and can tolerate both growing indoors and outdoors. ~ Kelli

Proven Winnersfrom Proven Winners

'Limelight' - Hardy Hydrangea - Hydrangea paniculata

For side fence...Limelight hydrangeas. They grow up to 8 ft tall, can grow in full sun or shade and can tolerate dry soil. Beautiful!

Growing your own medicine - this lady gives tons of info on medicinal herbs! Which ones, what they're good for, how to grow and how to prepare them - what a score