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How to prune basil so your plant will be bushy instead of spindly From: My Byrd House, please visit

Your January Edible Planting Guide - Australia Wide! From Beets, to Basil, to Zucchini... Start off the year by growing an array of beautiful edibles!

Your February Edible Planting Guide - Australia Wide! Broc, Cukes, Warrigal Greens + a HEAP more! Remember to save this list as an image to your phone so you don't forget what to plant!

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Rosemary / Lemon Balm / Bee Balm / Oregano / Peppermint / Catnip / Thyme / Lavender / Sage The Medicinal Mint Family Herbal Remedies - Herbal Academy of New England

Year-round Tips on How to Best Grow Your Basil! It's great to always have some basil on hand, though it can get pricey at the grocery store! #gardening #basil

Enjoy Basil Year-Round By Growing It Indoors & Outdoors (We trim the buds off of our basil and moved the potted basil indoors. still produces a lot of basil! great tips on this pin!

Growing Herbs in Your Kitchen - Three weeks from seed to spice! How easy can it get. Grow your own herbs indoors this winter and enjoy everything from fresh basil on your pizza to roasted tarragon veggies!

Grow Herbs In Your Kitchen

Growing Herbs in Your Kitchen - Three weeks from seed to spice! Grow your own herbs indoors this winter and enjoy everything from fresh basil on your pizza to roasted tarragon veggies! Cute idea growing it in a colander.

How to split supermarket Basil into individual plants. Blog and video tutorial! #herbs

Video Tutorial: How to Split Supermarket Basil into Individual Plants - Garden Living and Making with Lovely Greens

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how to grow, propagate, chop & freeze this versatile herb. Basil is one of those plants that grows almost anywhere and needs minimal care. It was the very first herb I ever planted and has been part of my herb garden ever since.

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