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 Post subject: planting herbs together
PostPosted: January 23rd, 2017, 12:09 pm 
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Some good tips on growing herbs. I need to re-do my indoor plants and herbs because some of them are getting to look pretty ratty. My parsley is almost 3 years old and is kind of grayish colored now. I only have two indoor *regular* plants because I simply have nowhere to put them where they are out of reach of the day care babies and even though they are not poisonous plants, I don't want the mess. I have 4 indoor herb plants but I'm going to eliminate them now and just do the seedlings indoors and then everything is going outdoors for planting. For some reason oregano and borage do very well on my north-facing back deck where there is little sunshine except early in the morning. In the summer the sun will only shine back there until maybe about 9:00 a.m. and then the angle of the sun changes and the deck is in shade. I don't use borage for anything, I just love the little purple flowers! I use a lot of oregano, tho. :mrgreen:

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/hgen/herb-plants-growing-in-one-pot.htm

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