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How to Grow Herbs in Small Spaces | At Home With P. Allen Smith

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How to Grow Herbs in Small Spaces | At Home With P. Allen Smith

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  • PAllenSmith

    It certainly does. I go by the rule of thumb that you can take up to? about 1/3 of the plant and, in terms of herbs, if you give it a few weeks to grow back you can do it again. I use snips for harvesting.

  • Canal ferbrz

    You know what? Another fantastic video! I really think that the tip at the end about growing on stacked pots is great. My property doesn’t? have a garden as it is all paved outside, so this will be a lovely way to grow fresh herbs for my dishes. Thanks again, Mr Smith and eHow.

  • gotsnoluv4ya

    After taking what you need from the plant, does it? replenish itself. If so, how soon? Is there a safe way to remove what you need in order to not damage the plant?

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