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Mulching covering the soil with organic matter such as leaves and twigs, in order to prevent the excessive evaporation of moisture, the growth of weeds and erosion; mulching enriches the soil and promotes the growth of plants. Nitrogen Cycle the process of changing Nitrogen in the atmosphere into a compound that can be used by plants and animals. Organic a term used by gardeners to refer to or describe anything derived or comes from living things. Pesticide a substance that helps prevent or destroy pests; pests can include fungi, weeds, insects and microorganisms.
Kay also has her own Carolina Bamboo Farm while I have my own Flor’s Garden. My nieces and nephews (Ramon Madrid, chairboy of Tsikiting Gubat and the Ramon (Magsaysay) Forest of Antipolo, Ysabel Gana, Gabbie Gozon, Anja Abrogar, Joaquin and Mateo Jimenez, Alex, Sammy and Nicki Westfall; Bianca and Sofie Jimenez and Gabie and Xavi Ong) all seem to have caught the gardening bug as well. My nieces Sam, Sofie, Bianca, Alex, Nicki and Gabie all wanted to grow their very own organic gardens. They decided to see if they can grow an edible garden for me and their grandmother (my sister Kay).
The seeds would take a week or two before they start to sprout and may not grow as well in a pot of soil. 2. A big enough pot to put in a few seedlings. 3. Good healthy soil. Herb plants usually like sandy soil through which water flows easily. Lots of sun. Basil plants love the sun. Place them where they can get full direct sunlight, preferably by the kitchen window if you plan to use their leaves for cooking. Chives 5. Small amount of water. Basil plants don’t like water on their leaves and stems.
An Herbalist's Guide to Growing & Using Goldenseal (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-233) by Kathleen Brown