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How to Grow Lemon Balm
... Herbs | Herb Gardens | Using Herbs in Cooking Cultivation of Lemon Balm Site: Plant in warm, moist soil in a sunny location with midday shade. Good sun and moisture are necessary for the ... pronounced network of veins; they can be up to 2 inches across. Cut back to soil level in the fall to encourage strong growth. The plant will not tolerate high humidity ...
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How to Grow Chives
... of Chives Site: Chives thrive in full sun and well drained moist soil rich in organic matter. They tolerate light shade, but 6 - 8 ... to chives as this plant is not a heavy feeder. A soil rich in organic matter should provide sufficient nutrients. Harvesting: Cut the grassy leaves to within an inch of soil level - never snip off just the tips and never leave the ...
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How to Grow Angelica
... planted in full sun, take care to add mulch to the soil around the plant. Make sure that the soil is moist and deep. Propagation: Allow plant to self-seed or sow fresh ... becomes has developed. A little protection from the wind is needed. It prefers rich, moist, well drained soil and partial shade. Regular watering in dry weather is necessary. Leave 2 to three ...
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How to Grow Fennel
... Herbs | Herb Gardens | Using Herbs in Cooking Cultivation of Fennel Site: Fennel needs moist, fertile, well-drained soil and full sun. Propagation: Sow seeds on 6" spacing in the spring after danger of frost has past or purchase pre-started plants from your local garden center. Keep soil moist until seeds have sprouted. Plant fennel in successive crops to ensure a steady supply. Planting ...
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How to Grow Mint
... Grow Herbs | Herb Gardens | Using Herbs in Cooking Cultivation of Mint Site: Likes moist, well drained, alkaline soil rich in nutrients. Does not do well in well manured soils. Does well in ... and burned.) Don't be afraid to cut and prune, even right down to the soil. This can be a couple of times a year, to keep it from going woody ...
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How to Grow Basil
... location which receives at least 6-8 hours of bright light per day and moist but well drained soil conditions. Protect from heavy wind, frost and scorching. It does not do well ... warm location in pots or directly in the soil after danger of frost has passed. Sow evenly, covering with 1/4" of soil and keep moist and free of weeds. Germination will occur ...
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How to Grow Parsley
... of Parsley Site: Parsley likes full sun or light shade. Plant in a rich moist and deeply dug soil. Water during dry weather. Propagation: Although germination is notoriously slow, seed propagation is ... of spring frosts has passed. Sow evenly, covering seeds with 1/8 inch of soil and keep them moist. Growing: Thin or transplant plants to 9 inches apart. Parsley must be protected ...
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How to Grow Chervil
... of Chevril Site: Light and well drained soil. Chervil goes to seed quickly in the heat, and unlike other culinary herbs, prefers a cool, moist and shaded location. Propagation: Sow chervil seeds ...
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How to Grow Savory
... Savory Site: Summer savory is an annual that craves rich, loamy soil and lots of sun. Winter savory is an evergreen perennial and ... site for this low growing shrub is a light, well drained soil in full sun. Propagation: Sow summer savory seeds indoors and let ... after the last frost, keeping it moist until it sprouts. Barely cover with light sand or fine soil. Germination is usually less than a week ...
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How to Grow Marjoram and Oregano
... your herb garden. Their moisture needs are different though. Marjoram prefers to be in soil that is moist whereas oregano prefers drier conditions. Propagation: Start both herbs either from seed in spring ...
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