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Spring is finally here and with the warmer weather and increasing daylight hours, it's the perfect time to get out in the garden or start a garden if you've never done so before. Growing herbs can be a great place to start because many herbs are low maintenance, easy to grow and can provide you with wonderful additions of fresh ingredients to spice up your cooking.
This herb growers' cheat sheet from Anglian Home will provide you with information on planting, care and harvesting, as well as, some tips and tricks when planting herbs indoors or outside:
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