Organic Herbs and Vegetables
Growing fresh herbs and vegetables are much simpler than it
may seem. The good news is that fertilizers and all of those nasty
pesticides are unnecessary.
The popularity of herbs is the
fact that they take little space and can be grown in just about any
size pot and are often used as an indoor plant while maturing. If
you are just starting out growing your own herbs, the basic
essential herbs for cooking are: basil, chive, dill, oregano,
parsley, sage, rosemary, marjoram and thyme. These herbs can be
grouped in "classic" herb gardens and can be incorporated into
flower beds or vegetable gardens.
is nothing better than having fresh herbs available to you for
whenever you need them. Herbs can be harvested during the growing
season for your daily use. Then at the end of the growing season
they can be harvested for drying and stored for use in the months
when fresh herbs aren't readily available along with saving seeds
from the dried herbs to propagate the following year.
Organic vegetables are not quite as easy as herbs but the end
results are very favorable. Most organic vegetable growers do it for
three reasons, taste. enjoyment and saving money. More and more
beginner gardeners are realizing that a small investment of money
can bring an annual savings of ten times the investment amount.
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