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Posted by: chenchen12495 (116.226.140.---)
Date: October 08, 2019 07:57PM

visuals, also consider how each herb "interacts" with others in terms of growth and how much sunlight they need. Keep in mind how the herbs will look when fully grown before planting anything, and then if you have the available space, consider creating even larger herb garden designs. After you've chosen the site and purpose for your garden along with
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the herbs you'll plant, add some accessories for interest and visual appeal. In larger gardens, focal points such as trellises or water fountains would be perfect while smaller container or windowsill herb gardens would require daintier accessories like statues or figurines. In the end, the herb garden designs you choose should be based on your wants
and needs, the available space you have, and, of course, your own personal taste and style. Fortunately it's rather simple to create a completely unique garden that's beautiful as well as functional provided you keep the three most important things about growing herbs in mind. Provide your herbs with ample sunlight, sufficient water and drainage and room
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