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Summer may be drawing to a close, but don't despair. The end of the summer growing season means one thing - it's harvest time!  Learn how and when to harvest your herbs:

Summer may be drawing to a close, but dont despair. The end of the summer growing season means one thing - its harvest time! Learn how and when to harvest your herbs: - Sequin Gardens

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Best garden site ever! Choose from pre-planned gardens or design your own. Helps you figure out what to plant where, how close, when, and even gives growing tips.

This is the coolest gardening site - on the Gardeners Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking and dragging the plants you want, where you want them. Then you can print your planting map w/ very detailed planting directions.

Intercropping: basil may repel many harmful pests and could be planted with beets, cabbage, eggplant, oregano, oregano, peppers, potatoes, pole beans and tomatoes

Companion Planting with Basil and Chives: What to Plant

Side note: You can actually root and then plant basil straight from a cutting. | How To Grow Delicious Herbs And Veggies On Your Fire Escape

Side note: You can actually root and then plant basil straight from a cutting. How To Grow Delicious Herbs And Veggies On Your Fire Escape

Check out How to Grow All The Food You Need In Your Backyard - Homestead Handbook at http://pioneersettler.com/homestead-handbook-grow-all-the-food-you-need-in-your-backyard/

How To Grow All The Food You Need In Your Backyard

Start your organic garden now! There's many seeds that can be started in January, despite it being cold. Grow seedlings now, then transplant to your organic garden.

Seeds for a Really Early Start

Artichoke hearts but needs bright artificial lights. Start your organic garden now! There's many seeds that can be started in January, despite it being cold. Grow seedlings now, then transplant to your organic garden.

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