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Re: Keeping herbs alive indoors

Wed Apr 24, 2013 3:41 pm

Rosemary is so hardy but it does like a bit of shade. I would wait until it can be planted in the ground. It is so frustrating isn't it? I kill every basil and coriander plant I have ever bought. I will never try to grow anything inside again.
 
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Re: Keeping herbs alive indoors

Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:41 am

Mrspony, you lucky thing with the orchids. No wonder that they are your pride and joy. I have one that belonged to my Nan, she has been dead for 24 years, but it means so much to me to have one that was hers. It doesn't look very healthy atm so I will have to give it some tlc.
 
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Re: Keeping herbs alive indoors

Thu Jul 25, 2013 6:02 pm

That really very good and beautiful flower. What kind of technique you are using for the indoor plant growing? Because such kind of healthy plants and flowers can only be grow on the garden
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