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Darren Wogman Gets Gardening - A Guide to Herbs at Home

 Darren Wogman Gets Gardening - A Guide to Herbs at Home Herbs are a great addition to any garden, no matter what the size. They provide an ongoing mix of scents and colours and tend to produce all year round. They're simple to cultivate and trim, for your own use. These plants have such varied uses. You can cultivate them for cooking or keep them in place to act as attractive shrubs or borders in your garden. Woody herbs like Thyme and Rosemary will do well outdoors in most climates, while tender herbs like parsley or basil may be better suited to a window box or something with much more shelter and protection from the elements. The nice thing about herb growing is that you can place them in purpose-built herb or vegetable gardens as well as in raised potting or flower beds. Herbs also do very well in pots and this may be a better option for people with limited planting space. Growing in pots also prevents the plants from getting too out of control and allows them to be moved arou

Darren Wogman Gets Gardening - 7 Gardening Tips for Beginners

Starting off.. Plenty of studies show the impact of gardening on mental health. Being out in fresh air, hearing the birds chirping and getting your hands dirty are all great ways to relax, structure your day and keep busy in a nurturing and productive manner. Gardening is a broad hobby. It's useful to think about what your ultimate goals are so that you can plan accordingly. Don't be afraid to dream big! Maybe you're looking for slow and steady project growing bushes or shrubs to provide edging or screening. You could be planning a flower meadow or even just a patch of grass to sit on and enjoy. Vegetables and fruits are a popular option for beginners and these have the added benefit of producing something usable for you, your family or even your community. Growing your own foods in your garden can be highly rewarding. It's a great way to make sure you're getting your 5-a-day and makes the gardening more outcome orientated, which can be very helpful to keep thing