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You can sow lemon balm seeds in both spring and fall. It germinates and grows well at around 68°F (20℃). If managed at the right temperature, it will germinate within 14 days. Lemon balm is a delightful herb characterized by its leaves, which are used in herbal teas and meat or fish dishes. Its fresh …

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I once discovered that the base of my basil bush’s stem was turning brown and woody, sparking concern about disease. Digging deeper, I found the stem under the soil was not as brown. Some new leaves looked misshapen and wrinkled, but their color was normal. After researching and consulting a plant researcher, I found the …

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Herbs grown solely in water can last for months at a time. It’s also a cost-effective way to grow herbs. But most importantly, you’ll be able to use fresh spices year-round to decorate and spice up your dishes. Here are nine herbs that can be grown in water. They all root in the same way; …

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Mint is a plant known for its ability to thrive because it is easy to grow and thrives in shady areas. However, if you notice browning in your minty oasis, you may have a problem. The sooner you combat this, the better your chances of saving your plant paradise. Mint leaves turning brown due to …

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Sometimes you will find parsley leaves turning red losing their bright color.  I will explain the causes of parsley leaves turning red. Also, measures to combat and prevent this problem.  Lack of phosphorus can lead to parsley leaves turning red. Improper watering, incorrect soil pH, insect and disease infestation, and environmental stress are the reasons …

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Basil is a herbaceous spicy plant with a pleasant aroma. You can find in many recipes of Italian and Slavic cuisine. The smell of this plant is called the “royal aroma.” It gives the dishes a special taste. In addition to its spicy properties, it belongs to natural antibiotics and antioxidants. The plant is grown …

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