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Are you looking to start a herb garden indoors? Do you want fresh herbs in the winter when your outdoor plants are out of season?

You may have been told that it is challenging to grow plants like herbs indoors, but that's not true. It just requires work and dedication - and of course, the right know-how.

In this article, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to learn how to start a herb garden indoors.

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Square foot gardening is a great way to garden with limited space. It's also the most efficient and least expensive method of growing your own vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Square foot gardening can be done on any scale, from a patio container to an entire acre of land.

When it comes time for harvest, you'll have plenty of fresh food all year long!

Here’s how to start square foot gardening, regardless of how much - or how little! - experience you might have.

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Are you ready to learn how to grow basil? If so, you’re in the right place.

Mint is a perennial plant that grows well in the cool, moist soil of a garden. Mint is most often grown for its leaves, which are used to flavor many foods and drinks. It can also be used as an herb or ground into powder form to make herbal teas. Growing your own mint plants will give you access to fresh leaves all year round.

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Want to learn how to take care of echeverias? You’ve come to the right place.

Echeverias are popular house plants that can be found in a variety of colors. These lovely plants are beautiful, easy to care for succulents that have been popular since the 1800s.

Unfortunately, the Internet is rife with misinformation about how to care for these plants. In this article, we will provide you with some tips on how to take care of your echeveria and keep them healthy.

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Spring is coming - do you know how to grow cabbage from seeds and other cool-weather crops?

By starting to grow cabbage first thing in the spring, you’ll be able to speed up your harvest so that it’s ready to be pulled by the middle of the summer - before it gets too hot!

Growing cabbage isn’t complicated, especially if you already have some experience in growing a backyard vegetable garden.

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Want to know how to grow carrots? You’ve come to the right place.

Carrots are some of the easiest vegetables to grow, particularly for gardeners in colder climates. They prefer the chillier weather of early spring and late fall, when daytime temperatures average 75 degrees and those at night are around 55 degrees.

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Try as we might to avoid it, stress is a natural part of life. While it might not always seem like it, going through a period of stress can help you grow as an individual.

If you’re curious how to properly stress succulents - or why you should be stress coloring succulents in the first place - you've come to the right place. This article will tell you everything you need to know about how to stress succulents for color.

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A question which divides generations of gardeners is whether raised beds are better than in-ground beds. More traditional farmers and gardeners will usually side with in ground beds, while many, especially suburban, gardeners will only consider raised beds.

But what is the actual truth? What are the pros and cons of raised and in-ground beds? You are about to find out!

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Have you ever seen a cactus plant that is of one color, maybe green, lower down and has a bright red top? Or a cactus that has a shape for what looks like the stalk, and then changes shape in its upper part? If so, you have seen what a grafted cactus looks like.
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