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Thursday, January 26, 2012

How-to grow and use Ground Cherries

Ground Cherries, also known as cape gooseberries, are little orange fruit inside an attractive paper wrapper. Fruits fall from the plants when ripe, that’s why they are called Ground Cherries.

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Grow your own Ground Cherries: Organic Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry - 50 Seeds

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Fresh and dry basil in the winter

Basil is a great culinary herb for pasta, salads, and more. Not just the taste, but also the smell is unique. It is also a great looking plant. Basil is a warm weather herb. It does not like the cold. It hardly grows in our area even in the summer, but it does grow in a greenhouse and in a kitchen window. Since Basil changes its taste when it is dried, it is worth it to grow fresh. Plus it adds a little summer to your winter.

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