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vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence. Another perfect way to grow strawberries!

vertical gardening ideas with wooden fence. Another perfect way to grow strawberries!

If you've got clump-forming succulent plants, this informative guide on "How to Re-pot Aloe Plants" will help you in dividing, propagating, and repotting them! #indoorgardening

How to Re-Pot Aloe Plants

If you've got clump-forming succulent plants, this informative guide on "How to Re-pot Aloe Plants" will help you in dividing, propagating, and repotting them!

If there is one plant you should grow no matter where you are or how much space you have, it's Aloe Vera. here is why... Aloe vera plant care and uses. #LadyLeesHome.

Growing Aloe Vera

Everyone should be growing aloe vera in their house or garden! It's so easy to take care of this plant and it has so many uses. Let's learn how to grow aloe vera...

Did you know that if you replant the top of a pineapple, not only will it grow, it grows into a very cool, modern looking house plant that you can enjoy all winter?! Visit TheGardenGlove.com for instructions.

Quick Tip: How to Grow a Pineapple Plant! • The Garden Glove

Did you know that if you replant the top of a pineapple, not only will it grow, it grows into a very cool, modern looking house plant that you can enjoy all winter?! Visit TheGardenGlove.com for instructions.

A refreshing perennial with a crisp, clean flavor, mint thrives in moist, shady conditions, which do not suit many other herbs, so keep pots well watered. It is also invasive and best planted on its own.

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Essential for Asian cooking, cilantro is easy to grow from seed. Sow in succession for a continuous supply, since it is prone to bolting. Choose a cultivar, such as ‘Calypso,’ bred for the leaves rather than seeds.

A Guide to Herbs

Use this simple guide to herbs from HGTVGardens.com to help you select the best crops for your garden and containers.

Bay Laurel is most known for its dark green, glossy leaves with spicy, pungent flavor. Plant it in an attractive tub or container plant for the patio. Dry the bay laurel leaves for seasoning culinary dishes.

A narrow-leaved evergreen shrub, rosemary is at home in containers and provides welcome structure and winter interest. Its tough, highly aromatic leaves can be picked all year and it has pale blue spring flowers.

Hardy and easy to grow from seed, Russian tarragon has a milder, less refined aniseed flavor than the French type, but is more widely available. Plants grow quickly, so cut back regularly to keep them in check.

There are many types of thyme, with habits ranging from creeping to bushy, with various scents and flavors. They all grow well in free-draining compost and are clothed in small flowers in early summer.

A Guide to Herbs

Use this simple guide to herbs from HGTVGardens.com to help you select the best crops for your garden and containers.

Evergreen in all but the hardest winters, both the green and purple forms of this low-growing shrub have strongly scented, downy leaves. Easy to grow in pots, pinch out the shoot tips to keep plants bushy.

A Guide to Herbs

Use this simple guide to herbs from HGTVGardens.com to help you select the best crops for your garden and containers.