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? Is there rosebay willow herb close by? You tend to get a lot of seeds from that.
I have been writing a book now for sometime with all the magical, medicinal and historical uses of herbs and plants in the garden from medieval times to now. I need to know, and cant find it anywhere, how you know what seeds can be planted 'ripe
from chrysanthemumsPick faded or yellowing leaves from plants to prevent grey mould infectionsRaise crops in modular trays to transplant into the garden later, such as celery, celeriac, lettuce, parsley and other herbs
of being outside our plants have experienced wind, rain, hail and sunshine. I'm pleased to report no damage has been done - they're looking good and flowering spikes are appearing.Borage is a great herb for vegetable gardens. The flowers attract bees, which
on the underside of leaves. Destroy plants if you find it.Advice on growing and harvesting herbsWatch Carol Klein planting herbs in a window box in her video guideGrowing peppermint and thyme in a container, with Monty Don at BerryfieldsTips on picking herbs
which is supposed(I don't think so!) to be a perennial.The only place I could find them online in the UK was Norfolk Herbs so I placed an order for 2 plants and a Stevia.A couple of days later I had an email to say they were very sorry but my order was 5
plastic troughs with drainage holes sitting on three levels (some rescued light weight cement blocks) to save space . How about some herbs, parsley, chives, basil, mint, oregano etc., etc. Google herbs in pots. Or violas, they bloom for ages. Tomatoes
sure about because of the angle, however i thought it might be Rose Bay Willow Herb, but the leaves seem a bit wide. Any chance you could break a bit off and see if its bleeds white latex..? as it might be a Spurge. Don't know about the first one
garden centre or specialist dealer anywhere in the London area that one can actually visit? I've just bought some at a 'Green Fair' in East London. If there are some garden shows on, head for the herb section - they usually have all sorts of smelly plants!
. This is the business of one Jekka McVicar, the' Queen of Herbs' according to Jamie Oliver. Jekka has run for many years an organic herb business outside Bristol. She has won more Chelsea golds for her herbs than anyone else I can think of. You could also try the Royal