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Welcome to Paula's Herbs and Plants

lemon mintPaula's Herbs and Plants is a family owned and operated business specializing in herbs. Our herbs are grown to be consumed as well as to be beautiful---therefore, all edible herbs are free of pesticides, herbicides and insecticides.

 

Currently we grow around sixty varieties of herbs in the spring, offering some of those year round. We grow six types of mint: Apple Mint, Chocolate Mint, Lemon Mint, Orange Mint, Peppermint, Pineapple Mint and Spearmint. We have both upright rosemary  and the prostrate form of rosemary, curly parsley,  and flat-leafed parsley, bronze fennel and green fennel,tarragon, dill, sage, chives and garlic chives, and around five types of thyme.

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Propagating Succulents by Leaf Cuttings

Propagating Succulents by Leaf Cuttings


Succulent PlantsMany succulents such as the Jade plant, Panda plant and the two types of Echeveria in Figure S-1 can easily be propagated by leaf cuttings. This makes it possible to start many new plants from only the leaves of one plant. The leaves of some succulents are bad to break loose from the parent plant from the slightest touch. Rather than them being wasted you can start more plants for yourself or to share with others.
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Table Top Pot Tower Stand
 

Table Top Pot Tower Stand

 

New Product

Many of you may have seen or even built a pot tower in your garden. We have an article How to Build a Pot Tower on the website currently.

Paula wanted to have one for use indoors, so we came up with a design and found a local shop to manufacture the stands for us.


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We offer quality plants at reasonable prices. We provide secure online payment processing through Paypal, or you may mail a USPS Money order.

We do not accept Personal checks.

 
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July 7, 2009

Hey Paula,  Just thought I would let you know my Night Blooming Cerus is growing really good.  Do you have any Fig Trees?  Would like to purchase one if you do.  Thanks,

June 5, 2009

Paula
 My crown of thorns arrived yesterday. So fast and so perfect!. I repotted them and hopefully they will thrive. I love them.
Thank you

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Founded in 1978, The Herb Quarterly brings readers the joy of herbs and the herb with each new season. Each issue introduces readers to new herbs and fascinating herbal lore; provides tips on hard to grow varieties and medicinals; showcases gardens from around the world; and tempts the palate with seasonal menus and tantalizing recipes built around herbs and edible flowers.
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