Herb Planters for Railings

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There are a wide variety of shapes and sizes for herb planters for railings that you can choose from. Get herb planters for railings with help from a board-certified naturopathic doctor and a licensed acupuncture physician in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dr. Ahuva Gamliel from MiBaSo. We're here in sunny South Florida and our topic today is herbal planters for railings. There are a wide variety of shapes and sizes for herb planters for railings. This one here I found at Home Depot and I selected it because it's very user friendly. It already has these soil chips inside. All you have to do is place one seed of whatever you want to grow and I have here garlic, onion, cilantro, spearmint, spinach as well as beets and you place just one seed right onto the little pellet and water it and here you have an opportunity to grow 24 different plants which you can later replant in a pot or in a back yard. Usually herbal planters for railings come in sizes between 12 inches to 36 inches and if you buy a bigger one, you can get little strawberry planters between 4 to 12 inches and plant individual herbs in each one. You will want to fill those all the way to the top with your soil and then create an indentation of about half an inch where you will place one seed of the herb into that indentation, cover it with soil, about a half an inch of soil and then press it down to eliminate any air pockets and then water it. It will usually take between seven to ten days and you will see some growth. So, thanks for watching. I'm Dr. Ahuva Gamliel, be well.


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