Posts tagged basil
Container Garden - April 2018

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These are various herbs and vegetables that can grow quite well in containers.  Container plants can be easily watered as well as moved around for either more sun or more shade.  The plants in this gallery are: basil, cilantro, thai basil, carrots, lettuce, italian parsley, and mint.

spring garden selection - may 2017

A snapshot of my spring garden selection.  A few bags of soil to add to my existing garden beds.  Once the garden beds are established, each successive year simply requires a bag or two of garden soil in addition to my composting soil, which I spread over each garden bed.

Marigolds add some color and deter garden insects.  In this photo, I have a mixture of hot peppers; green and red bell peppers; various tomatoes; basil; and a cilantro plant.  I still plan to purchase some cucumber plants and maybe some summer squash.

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satsuma and basil - aug 2016

A 2016 snap shot of my young satsuma fruit tree and two potted basil plants.

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basil herb planter
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Basil grows really well in a planter.  You can snip a few leaves for cooking or snip a stem section for larger quantity.  When I juice veggies and fruit, I toss in a section of basil leaves and stem to add a great flavor to the juice.

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