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[Infographic] The Herb Growing Cheat Sheet

Did you know?

By growing your own herbs and veggies at home, you could make an estimated CO2 saving of 8kg per month (100kg per year).

Just imagine if 1 million people did this! That's a massive amount of CO2 pollution saved from entering the atmosphere.

Growing your own food instills a true sense of the value of food, and it's not difficult. Large yards with plenty of sun can grow enough herbs and vegetables to significantly supplement your household needs, and even small homes and apartments can have herb pots on balconies and windowsills. (Have you seen this genius cheat sheet for growing vegetables yet?)

The brilliant infographic below gives some great tips on growing your own herbs at home. It was produced in the UK, so you might want to compare the months for planting listed with the Australian seasons, but the rest of the tips are relevant no matter where you live!

Thanks to anglianhome.co.uk for this wonderful graphic.

What you can do

Growing your own food instills a true sense of the value of food, and it’s not difficult. Large yards with plenty of sun can grow enough vegetables and herbs to significantly supplement your household needs, and even small homes and apartments can have herb pots.

Grow your own! Gardening is good!

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