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Indoor Herb Growing-Problems

When you grow herbs indoors for use fresh, when cooking, where would potential pest risks come from? And what herbs pose a danger to housecats?

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Make sure you have a sunny windowsill where your herbs will survive. But fluorescent lights can be used if you don't have a sunny window. Never trim more than 1/3 of the plants foliage. Just make it sure that your plants wont be rich by your pets.


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