10 Hobby PLR Articles - Crocheting, Growing Herbs, Hike...
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Please find the Hobby-PLR-Articles.zip file. After unzipping it, you will see the following articles with the topics:
01 - Birdwatching - A Relaxing Environmentally Friendly Hobby.txt (475 words)
02 - Crocheting for Gifts or Charity.txt (596 words)
03 - Eco-Friendly Yarn for All Your Knitting Projects.txt (504 words)
04 - Environmental Benefits of Cycling.txt (453 words)
05 - Geocaching - Treasure Hunting in the Great Outdoors.txt (627 words)
06 - Getting Started with Furniture Restoration.txt (461 words)
07 - Have a Green Thumb - Try Growing and Storing Herbs.txt (558 words)
08 - Making Your Next Hike Eco-Friendly.txt (507 words)
09 - Tips for Environmentally Friendly Scrapbooks.txt (487 words)
10 - Upcycling - Ways to Reuse Old Junk.txt (648 words)
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A great way to use your green thumb is to grow and store herbs. Theyll be so much tastier than the ones you buy at the store, and it is a great hobby to enjoy. Plus, a lot of them smell great too. You can beat your own home-grown herbs for flavor and variety.
Growing herbs in a container works great for herbs like basil, rosemary, thyme, and parsley. Plus, it is not difficult to get started. They can be close to your kitchen, on the porch, or even the window sill. In some cases, if you have a wall that gets great sunlight you can grow them inside right on the wall.
* Water - Of course, you should water your plants. One problem today with water is that most of our water is treated and has a lot of chlorine in it. This can be bad for plants if there is too much in your area water. In addition, if you live in an area with hard water, you need to filter the water first. Dont use a saline water softener, though, as the salt will also kill things.
* Fertilize - Youll need the right fertilizer for your type of herbs and your soil or potting mix. Youre in a catch-22, because watering is needed but it also washes away nutrients from the soil. So, you will need to add fertilizer. You can use an organic slow-release fertilizer at planting time, which will work great. Whatever you do, dont use flowering fertilizer because you want lots of leaves - its what you use of the herb.
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