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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote When designing an herb garden, decide which herbs to grow, find a place to grow them, and decide if they’ll be planted in beds or containers. Design an herb garden that will receive at least a half a day of sun withtips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner myherbgardens.com For great information and reviews on creating your own herb garden, plus a whole lot more….. http

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10 Comments

  • StephenOwensTV 5 years ago

    I just done a video making a herb garden, in a container, on my channel, I love the way you say? Herb “erb” If you have just a small area take a look. You will probably find the way I say Herb funny to? I guess.
    Great video thumbs up to any one encouraging herb growing 🙂
    Steve

  • melanin12345 5 years ago

    This was great and thank you! Quick question: thus far, I’ve kept my? herbs (dill, cilantro, rosemary, and chives) and I plan to put them on my deck, however, i am noticing tiny-small bugs in the soil. What should I do 🙁 ? Is this normal?

  • abby raj 5 years ago

    thank you madam for? those tips.

  • abby raj 5 years ago

    I’m not English native, and I learned that word as h-erb but my American teacher said it? is erb. It is confusing.

  • lamoabird 5 years ago

    Very intructive!? Thank you!

  • luckymirai 5 years ago

    thank you so much for this video. I am currently trying my hands to plant some herbs in my little garden.? I just started last week and I am really ignorant when it comes to gardening.I hope you can make more videos on how to use herbs and how to grow them. I have parsley,lemon balm,basil,peppermint,applemint at the moment. Pls. help me on how to use them. thanks.

  • ikeorch7 5 years ago

    haha, we have huge bushes of rosemary that have taken over many of our flowerbeds! The have been their ever since we moved in our? house over 7 years ago.

  • L Dai 5 years ago

    Mint is a wonderful herb, but it’ll quickly take over in the garden…better to grow it in its’ own planter.?

  • thegoodpenny 5 years ago

    Thank you for the informative video. I appreciate you sharing from? your knowledge and experience. I will be watching all of your video’s. Ignore the posts from disrespectful people who have no respect or home training. They are just miserable and wanting to share it.

  • ketammerahmerah 5 years ago

    great? video and info!