Beginner Herbs 

Herbs may seem simple compared to large houseplants or flowery garden beds. However, cultivating herbs requires skill, and they're not all the same. 

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Basil's easy to care for and grow because it tolerates summer heat, produces a ton of leaves



it will be one of the first things to pop up each spring and will last well into the fall, as it's semi-cold hardy,



grow well in full sun or partial shade and require very little maintenance other than regular watering



 Stark advises using a container with a drainage hole and saucer since it's more prone to root rot.



Thyme is drought-tolerant, so don't overwater. "Water again when the soil is dry



Keep the soil moist and in a position that receives six to eight hours of sunlight,



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