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No they are too narrow these days unless you are in older home, i do dry seeds there though and that works well !
No, it is a very harsh environment for them with extremes of temperatures. You are better off growing either in a window box outside, or in a tub outside the kitchen door.
Does anyone grow their herbs in the kitchen window sill?
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A beautiful morning it has been! Warm, sunny and breezy. Perfect for harvesting the abundance of Melissa (Lemon Balm) in my garden. Harvested, sorted, picked over, cleaned, and hung to dry. I should get at least two harvests this season...woohoo!
Matt, there is nothing to argue about. As with many plants, problems can arise based on the growing conditions and quite possibly on the type of flies that are in the locale and proximity to other plants (along with many other possible variables). It is just something bear in mind.
It is possible for two opposite experiences to be correct at the same time.
i have several acres of garden/property, so hopefully flies won't be a problem, but will keep on eye out :)
Hi matt - I'd love to take the motherwort off your hands - would you be able to call me on 815-9077 - thanks- Julie
I have started a discussion in Hester's plant exchange group for elderberry cuttings. If anyone wants some, please pm me in autumn and I'll send a bundle for distribution to whoever wants them. Someone will need to put their hand up to be the distributor closer to the time.
Moogy i'm not going to get into a debate with you I know the differance and before you go jumping to conclusions my trees happen to be very old at 5 meters tall with a 10 meter spread as well as being very productive
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