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Basil, Genovese Basil, Lemon Basil, Planting, Seeds, Sweet Basil -

Basil is an annual herb plant that can grow up to approx. 24” tall. It is grown primarily for culinary use, but is also known for soothing upset stomachs and helping digestion.   Often cooked with tomatoes, Genovese Basil is the most popular variety grown in home gardens. However, if you're considering growing basil, try other varieties too!   Growing basil is a good choice for a container gardening. Growing basil indoors can also be productive. Place the pot in a sunny location and keep the soil lightly moist.   Gardening Tips for How to Grow Basil: For bushier basil...

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Lincoln Peas, Mamouth Melting, Peas, Planting, Seeds, Sugar Ann -

Peas are grown for their sprouts, pods, and seeds. Garden peas are grown for the seed. Snow peas and sugar snap peas are grown for their pods. Tender leaflets and sprouts can be used in salads. Most peas are climbing plants, but there are also dwarf bush varieties available. Dwarf peas do not need a trellis to grow, do need some support. Gardening tip for growing peas - Peas are excellent companion plants for most root crops, as they help release nitrogen into the soil. Nutrition InformationChromium, Potassium, Zinc, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Vitamin C, B6, Thiamin, Niacin, Magnesium, Folate, Phosphorus...

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Casper, Howden, Long Pie, Planting, Seeds, Small Sugar -

Whether you use them for carving or cooking, pumpkins do not disappoint.Note that pumpkins do require a lot of food and a long growing season (generally from 75 to 100 frost-free days) so you need to plant them by late May in northern locations to early July in extremely southern states.Do not plant this tender vegetable until all danger of frost has passed and the soil is warmed as the seedlings will be injured or rot. PlantingIf your growing season is very short, you'll need to start pumpkins ahead and seed indoors in peat pots about 2 to 4 weeks...

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