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I harvested spinach and broccoli on Saturday. When you cut a head of broccoli off, still leave the stalk and continue to water and wait for another smaller shoot. It is getting warmer here and I wonder how long to keep it going. So far, another shoot is growing so I will leave it in. …

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DIY garden:  spinach, how to grow it in your backyard. here's a new unique way to garden, be prepared and grow food to eat. don't buy gold, buy seeds and be able to feed yourself. blog with pics and how to.

Comment cultiver efficacement le brocoli, les épinards et les haricots. this was taken a few days before harvest. I cut it mostly all off, just leaving the little tiny leaves

Hi everyone!  I have received several email regarding how to cut herbs and keep them healthy afterwards. So, I thought I would do a very qu...

How to cut herbs - for basil don't pluck leaves off, instead trim stem. Leave two sets of leaves on stem (leaves grow in pairs across from each other). Cut immediately above the second set of leaves from the ground. Plant will then grow new branches from

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Broccoli contains high levels of Vitamins K and C. Vitamin K assists in body in processing proteins and is also required for blood coagulation. Vitamin C is needed for growth and maintenance of body tissue, bones and teeth.

You can do this with small bags to start seeds.  Cover with a clear storage tub (put some bricks on top to prevent blow-over) to create a mini-greenhouse.  After sprouting every few days, take a knife and "cut squares" around the plants.  This effectively keeps the roots contained to each plant.  When large enough or warm enough - plant each square into your regular garden.

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