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    Quote Originally Posted by purplebumble View Post
    what about growing them on the windowsill?

    i have some timmy hay seeds and organic oat wheat seeds.. from hay experts etc.

    i was going to put holes in some plastic drawers from a plastic set of drawers and use some multi purpose compost in them. now im going to use some icecream tubs new forest ice cream ones some compost and grow indoors.

    you can buy some growing herbs in asda etc..coriander...parsley....mint.
    Thats a good idea, not sure how well they would grow in my kitchen though because it its NW facing and it gets really cold in the winter...could try with a small amount though, it would be nice to grow more natural treats for them.


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    Thank you for all your replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by helgalush View Post
    Oh thats interesting. I think our soil PH is pretty neutral, and is the medium type stuff (loam?) so hopefully they will grow - we seem to get a lot of weeds anyway - for all I know some of these are fine for the buns but as I dont know for sure I wont risk it, I would rather buy a pack of seeds for 1 or 2 and know they are safe. Thank you
    Just make sure they are from a reputable site, as mis identification can be problem and have experienced this from Nicky's seeds.

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    Mine adore rosemary & its evergreen too - so always a goood one indoors or out - .....it also dries great to sprinkle on forageing hay!

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    I got some from the hay experts too
    from Keri. x x x


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