Propagating flavour

Baulkwill, Alexandra
May 2007
Garden;May2007, Vol. 132 Issue 5, p324
The article focuses on growing herbs such as basil and coriander at home for use in cooking. The author provides tips on how to look after the plants. The author suggests ways to keep parent plants in production. The author also suggests ways to keep plants such as parsley from going to seed. The author also advises readers to sow a few times in a season.


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