Starting Basil In Water 5 comments

Starting Basil In Water

I have seen this done a few times and decided I wanted more basil so I made a few cuttings and placed in water, yeah, I have roots. Simple—Easy— It was so easy and fast I am going to try this with other herbs I want have more of. Like lemon verbena, or Thyme. I have Rosemary and it grows rapidly, so much so we have to cut it back, I guess it loves the heat. Now to learn to use more herbs in different ways.

How to start Basil in Water for transplanting

And to learn more, I searched and I found a great Guide For Spices In Your Cupboard written by Emma Christensen 

Spice Cupboard

How many herbs or spices do you use? Do you have favorites that you use all the time? I do… Have you ever wondered how long to keep spices before you replace them? You can find that at Feeding Them Big and other tips and ideas.


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About Karren Haller

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5 thoughts on “Starting Basil In Water

  • April

    I’m learning to use a lot more. Cooking each night makes things a bit boring sometimes, so I use a lot of premixed spices. I want to get into more specific spices because I know that my husband doesn’t particularly like all of the mixes. This is a great resource. Thanks for sharing with Creative Style!

  • karren Post author

    Hi April, thank you for your comment, Im glad this post was useful, I will have to watch for more like this.
    I use lot of spices myself instead of the mixes, they dont know what we like and what did we do before they had mixes, lol.
    Enjoy your weekend.

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