Growing a fresh garden is an important part of life, but if you want to add some of your favorite spices to your garden, you’ll need a bit more space than you think.
“I can’t imagine growing a garden that large,” says Leah Dutton, a freelance writer and food writer in Austin, Texas.
Dutton has been growing basil for more than a decade, but the Texas native has always wanted to create a new kind of garden.
“Growing basil is a hobby,” she says.
“It’s a creative outlet.”
The first basil garden Dutton created was a small garden with just a few plants.
“There’s a lot of things that you can’t really grow that big.
I just thought it would be fun to have a little space,” she explains.
“We decided to start by building a couple of plants, then build out our basil garden.
We decided to build it with some of our favorite spices.
I think it’s pretty unique, because it’s so simple.
There are just so many great spices you can use.”
One of the spices Dutton uses is basil, which has a long history of being used in traditional foods.
“Basil has a history of growing in soil,” Dutton says.
She notes that basil can be grown in soil in the spring, and later in the summer, before the soil is used up.
“So it’s a natural plant for the soil.
It’s a very adaptable plant,” Dutovers.
If you don’t like the smell of the basil, it’s also really strong, and if you don.t like the taste of the herb, it’ll be a little hard to grow.” “
But basil is also really versatile.
If you don’t like the smell of the basil, it’s also really strong, and if you don.t like the taste of the herb, it’ll be a little hard to grow.”
“Basils taste great and you want a lot,” Dutons says.
Her basil garden is a little larger than the one she created in the first video, and it has a bigger collection of plants.
But it still has plenty of space for growing a few herbs.
“The garden is pretty simple.
We just built up the plantings to create more of a living room,” Dutch says.
The garden is also a little bigger than the other two videos Dutton and her husband, Ryan, have created, which feature smaller, less busy gardens.
“As the years have gone by, I’ve been able to get better at it,” DUTONS says.
They’ve also gotten more comfortable with growing basil on their own.
“That’s where it started,” Ditons says, adding that the couple has always been gardeners.
They both have children, ages six and seven.
DUTOS GARDEN: Growing basil in the garden can be a challenge, especially if you’re not used to growing it.
“Most people are going to start out with a bunch of plants,” Dutsons says of growing basil.
“A lot of people don’t know where to start.
I can tell you I started with a plant from the garden, but I didn’t start with it growing.”
DUTON: I’m a bit of a pest person, and I’ve always been very picky about the plants that I grow.
I’m not super picky with basil, but some of the plants are pretty hard to find.
“If you’re a picky gardener, you might not know how to get basil, because I’m so picky.
I would like to say I’m very pickier with basil.
But I’ve never really been able grow it.”
Dutos says she started growing basil because she wanted to be more self-sufficient.
“At some point in my life, I felt like I needed to go back to growing my own food.
I was going back to cooking, but that was really hard to do,” she tells Newsweek.
She added that she was looking for something that was relatively easy to grow, something that wasn’t a big part of her daily routine.
Dutts garden is growing at an average rate of about six plants a year, she says, which she attributes to her growing a lot in the past few years.
“My husband has grown basil, and he grew basil in a way that was more traditional.
I wanted to make sure it was a little more natural and not just something I’d do,” Ditson says.
But she admits that growing basil was something she wanted her children to grow up with.
“For the past three years, they’ve grown up with a basil tree growing right next to them.
I thought it was kind of cool.
I never really grew it myself,” Diotsons says when asked what she would do if she were growing it now.
“To grow it, I would have to be very careful. I wouldn’t