Planting an herb garden

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Do you have a garden? For the past two summers that we've lived in our house, I've wanted to start a vegetable garden, but it seems so intimidating! Plus, we aren't in our house permanently, so I'm not sure I want to invest the time and money into something that may only be here a few months. So, instead, I've been thinking about starting an herb garden. On the Gardenieres website, there are tons of gardening tips from real people with real experience when it comes to growing just about anything. In Teena Spindler's video (below), she talks about the best (and easiest) way to start growing herbs:

I love that she uses just one pot! Fresh herbs you buy at the store are ridiculously expensive. Do you know how nice it would be to pick off some fresh basil leaves next time you're making baked ziti? An herb garden is so practical, and you can plant one virtually anywhere. Miracle-Gro's Potting mix makes it wasy to maintain plants; it feeds them for up to six months with its continuous release plant food, and rich, organic materials help improve drainage and air flow. And the Miracle-Gro Liquafeed makes feeding your plants as easy as watering them (and is safe to use on any of your other plants). 

So what about you? Do you have a garden? Have you ever tried planting an herb graden? Doesn't it seem so much less intimidating after seeing someone do it?


Like the Miracle-Gro Facebook page to connect with other gardeners and go to the Gardenieres website to watch more videos and gain more information on fall gardening, as well as year-round gardening tips (there is seriously tons of information on every gardening topic)!

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