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Do it Yourself: Tea Herb Gardening

By Edited Jun 20, 2015 1 1

If drinking herbal teas plays a primary role in your life, consider tea herb gardening. Find a nice spot in your yard with sunshine or get some pots and containers to grow your own tea herbs in. If you get some containers, make sure that it has some holes in the bottom for proper drainage.

Growing a tea herb garden is going to require a substantial amount of attention to come along nicely. You will need some high-grade soil and some clean (preferably purified) water to give the plants a healthy growing experience. The tea herb garden will grow healthier the more quality care and attention that you give it. The treatment and growing methods will vary from plant to plant as each one will need more or less of a thing.

Buying tea herbs is relatively easy and will be the next step as you create your growing environment. There is more variety in herbs, spices, and seasoning in which websites will provide as a much cheaper resource. You may want to grow your own garden for the tea herbs taste or its medicinal effects, either way tea herb gardening will provide an enlightening experience to your hobby.

When your tea herb garden is sprouting, keep an eye out for the weeds as the weeds obstruct the oxygen and choke your plants. To achieve maximum natural effects of the tea herb garden, keep it free of the unnatural additives that contain poison and other unneeded components that may provide harmful effects of the plants and the consumers. Knowing what exactly you want to grow in your garden and what for is essential. Keep a healthy quantity of plants growing for consistency of reaping more of what you sow on a daily basis. Taking too much of the leaves off of a plant could potentially kill it, so it is advisable to grow at least 10.

The location of the plants that are growing is a fundamental part of its success, so choose wisely where the sun shines most and animals frequent less. Keeping the tea herb gardening out of reach from animals will ensure that your plants are growing without becoming victim to hunger and curiosity. Your tea herb garden may become a haven for attracting bugs, the best thing to do to prevent from using insecticide that contains poison is to use a few drops of soapy water to repel the annoying insects. If you have your plants outside, spray your plants after some heavy rain.



May 5, 2010 11:17am
Very Good Read and Great Tips!
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