03 Oct '11, 7pm

How to grow herbs indoors this winter

How to grow herbs indoors this winter

No access to potted or ready-to-be-potted plants? Never fear: The easiest way to bring living herbs into your kitchen is to put a few cut stems, a.k.a. "cuttings," in water. You can use either stems cut from your own garden or some bought in a bunch from your local farmer's market. Even the fresh herbs you buy in the produce section of the supermarket can be fresh enough to thrive and grow for weeks or months in a jar of water. (This technique is also good for turning many types of outdoor plants into

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