Starting an herb garden? A word on High Brix…

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This is my favorite seed source. It’s a great herb package, but if you are really into herbs you might like this one. Some of them are shade tolerant, meaning 2-5 hours of sunlight will do. Most do best in full sun, Continue reading Starting an herb garden? A word on High Brix…