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I have the aerogarden, that I just had to have to grow herbs, and it was fun, they grew fast and then I kept looking at the herbs in that thing wondering..what am I going to do with them... and then they died.. and I grew them again.. and then they died.. Since I am primarily a weekend cook.. it was a waste for me
What Contemptible Scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch??
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wheatgrasskits wrote:Hey Everyone, sellers checking in..
We love when our sellers stop by, welcome!
I'm just hanging out, really.
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are these some sort of miniature plants that don't grow as large as normal herbs? My dill this year got almost 4 feet high, and the parsley and cilantro were a good 3 feet. The shortest herb in my garden was the basil at 12-18 inches! If you are single, this MIGHT do for you, if you only use a tiny bit of herbs. Plus, how are the lower plants supposed to get any sun?? You can go anywhere and buy a $5 bag of potting soil, lay it flat or line up a couple of bags, cut the top open, and sprinkle exactly the seeds you want for about a buck a packet. Spend around $10 bucks total and you have all the herbs you and your neighbors will need for a year!
oops, pardon me, i wooted
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smeera wrote:Fess Parker Winery....
Where is the discussion on this?
"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke
"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen
"There are many ways to the recognition of truth; Burgundy is one of them." -Isak Dinesen
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monstr23 wrote:Here's an attractive young man planting one of these
Public School education's counting by fours: "Four, six, eight... twelve!"
Well, you did warn us that he was a pretty boy. ;-)
Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
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