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Armchair Herb Gardening & Sage Dressing (Stuffing)
December 05, 2012

Hello All

Hope this finds you well.

The days in the Northern Hemisphere are cold, short and dark at the moment and it's not possible to get out in the garden much.

It's a good time to do some armchair gardening - sit in front of the fire with a catalog and a pen and paper.

Decide what you had enough of and too much of last year.

What was in the wrong place.

What you'd like to grow this year and where.

The growers run out of the best stuff first, so if you get your order in early, you've a good chance of getting what you want.

Testing the viability of seed stock you already have is a good plan too.

Also, consider if this could be the year you take the plunge to Grow Herbs for Profit.

One last seasonal thing is a step by step with photos tutorial on Sage Dressing (Stuffing) for your turkey - this is so simple and tasty - you will never buy a packet again!

So that's it for now - short and sweet like I said.

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