I specialize in teaching others to grow their own food including herbs, organic gardening, vegetable growing, fruit growing, container plants, edible landscaping, and unusual edible plants. Author of What About Herbs? - available for Kindle and Nook. Organic Gardener for 20+ years. Square Foot Gardener for 20+ years. Owner of Garden Inspire.
Garden instructor, landscape consultant, landscape designer, garden coach, organic gardener, Square Foot Garden instructor, horticulturalist. I have consulted with hundreds of clients about their gardens and landscapes.
Utah Boomers Magazine, The Essential Herbal Magazine, blogs
Education in Ornamental Horticulture from Utah State University, Certified Square Foot Garden instructor by the Square Foot Garden Foundation, Self taught in organic gardening methods.
I love the scents, flavors, and uses of herbs.
Learning is a passion of mine - especially learning about plants in general and herbs and other edibles specifically. I want to help even more people to learn to grow at least some of their own food.
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Did you plant the oregano from seed also? I encourage people to grow oregano from a plant due to the variation in types of oregano. You want to be sure that it is one that you like the smell and taste
Sorry, I did not see this question previously. Compost is a great fertilizer and making your own is easy. If you don't know how to compost the basic info is to combine 1/3 - 1/2 brown (leaves, straw, cardboard)
If you want to grow basil inside I would start with a new plant instead of digging one from the garden. Basil can be easily started from seed or you could buy a plant if you can find one. If neither
I can't answer your fig question because I don't yet know enough about growing figs. As far as the cherries, it depends what climate you are in, what type of cherries you want to grow, and how large
The white on the top of the soil is most likely mold so the soil must be staying too damp. This could mean that the pots they are in are too large which would cause the soil to stay too wet. and/or