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The Way To Grow Vietnamese Mint Coriander In The House

05 Oct

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How to Grow Vietnamese Mint Coriander at Home

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If you would like to grow food at home but feel like you don’t have the room, don’t despair. If you have a small garden there are many ways to grow food, using raised beds, pots, window boxes and hanging Instead of growing cabbages, plant fast growing herbs such as coriander, Vietnamese mint, and oregano, as well as leafy greens such as lettuce, bok choi and rocket. These easy to grow produce plants are better fresh and can be used immediately in the kitchen.

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