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Hi my friends.
Thanks for coming to view my video about Potted Herb Gardening.
I really love growing herbs as they are fantastic for attracting beneficial insects to help keep the nasty bugs at bay.
Fresh herbs can be grown in the ground or in containers and look great either way.
When being grown in containers I really like the rustic look as it really displays these plants well.
When container growing for herbs and vegetables I recommend that you keep them close to the back door so you can access them easily when needed.
Fresh herbs just can't be beaten when eaten fresh or added to meals.
Anyway, please keep an eye on this blog and return from time to time and if you haven't checked out the free members area yet head over to the members area and grab the free training,,,some really cool tips inside.
Welcome to a really cool blog post called "Why I love Comfrey"
Comfrey can be can be grown in pots, but performs better in the ground planting, but it will grow in large container!
I actually plan to grow some soon in a pot, so I will let you know how it goes over time via the blog and video!
What I plan to do with my Comfrey other than eat it, is make my very own liquid fertilizer using the leaf and stems!
the video below shows you how to use toilet tubes to propagate comfrey! I never thought of this before and plan to use this method real soon!
I really love this idea, in apartments and small space gardens you will want to have a lid for your bucket as it gets a bit smelly.
I will do it a little different as I don't want smells close by, so once it gets a little fermented I will use the tea that's already available and put the leaves that haven't rotted down into my worm farm!
Hi and welcome to my video blog post "Growing Mint in Pots Video"!
I just made this video for Youtube this morning on my YouTube Channel.
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Mint Can Be Invasive!
I must warn you in advance: mint is very strong plant and can kill other plants in your garden by taking their territory. So it is better to plant mint in a container without the bottom to prevent it from spreading. If you grow mint indoors it should not be a problem – just plant mint in separate pots or containers. We grow mint in a small pot on the balcony and it looks like the plant is very happy there.
If you want to grow mint outdoors, then plant herb approximately 12 inches apart and keep the soil moist until the plants are established.
Please note: the plant stop growing after flowers appearance, so if you want it to continue it’s growth till autumn, you need to remove flowers.
Read the rest of the article here!
I hope you enjoyed the video above and the article Growing Mint in Pots! This herb really is a lovely addition to the garden. It loves a good drink and hates really hot sun!
Tip: Plant in in a summer morning position in a damp spot and add lots of organic manure for optimum leaf growth!
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