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My best friend had a huge rosemary bush outside their 1890's southern house. I can't smell rosemary without getting taken back to her home. WIsh we lived in a climate where I could grow it outside my door.
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Linda Warren
We're loving growing herbs at this height; easy on the back and, so far, no snails. We purchased them from Kurt Preissler in Ventura, CA:
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Great ideas. Love the reclaimed steps and the planter lwarren shares. Growing herbs indoors is best done in front of a bright window or with a good grow light. Hanging them over the stove might not be a good idea due to heat and grease.

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