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If you thought you could only harvest produce from your garden, think again. Did you know that you can also save seeds from this year’s harvest and plant them again next year?
Why Save Seeds?
Saving seeds offers a number of advantages you just don’t get when you buy your seeds in store every season.
The hardest thing about harvesting your fresh herbs and veggies is deciding what to do with all your produce.
Let’s jump right in and get started with your herb harvest.
If this is your first vegetable harvest, get ready for a veritable tidal wave of produce. Seriously. Never mind worrying about your gardening skills – most vegetable gardeners, even new ones, struggle to use all their produce. But before you can think about what you’re going to do with your veggies, you have to actually harvest them.
Growing your own herbs at home is a great way to enjoy fresh flavors all year long. But the weather is turning cooler and the days are getting shorter, and that means one thing: it’s harvest time!
There are a few things you should keep in mind when harvesting herbs, no matter what herb you’re harvesting. Here’s some practical advice:
Houseplants make a wonderful addition to any home environment, but there are a lot of factors to consider when deciding which houseplant is right for you.
Regional climate plays a role even when a plant is indoors, and what about your decor – which house plant best suits your interior design? And if you have pets or small children, you might want to stay away from certain poisonous or potentially hazardous varieties.
Take the guesswork out of the equation – let us consider all the variables and suggest the perfect indoor garden plant for you.
Complete this simple quiz to find out which house plant is right for you!