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March 26, 2013

I know this does not have anything to do with jewelry, but this is a great article if you love fresh herbs, but hate to pay the high prices for them in the stores. For a little money for seeds, you can have fresh herbs all year long.

Old World Garden Farms

growing herbsThe varieties are endless. Basil, Cilantro, Thyme, Dill, Oregano, Chives, Mint and oh so many more. Herbs are some of the easiest and low maintenance plants to grow, and can be tucked in almost anywhere. It’s a shame that more often than not, they take a back seat to more familiar food crops such as peppers, tomatoes, corn and beans in the backyard garden plan.  Especially when you consider they bring loads of taste and flavor to the dinner table.  Herbs are the ultimate dual use plant – providing for great culinary use in the kitchen, while adding visual and aromatic appeal to your landscape, garden, patio or porch area.

Although they flourish when planted in a garden or flowerbed setting – almost all herbs can be grown in pots and containers as well.   The key with working herbs into your landscape is to think outside the “box” to…

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