Enjoy this video about cocktail gardening and instructions on how to grow mint, basil and cilantro for your favorite drinks!Digs Channel’s “Way to Grow” with Shirley Bovshow, Emma Tattenbaum-Fine and Ariana Siegel on YouTube.Emma Tattenbaum-Fine, one of the cast members of “Way to Grow,” wanted to learn how to grow herbs for a recipe featured in mixologist Katie Loeb’s book, “Shake, Stir, Pour,” featuring the unlikely mix of mint, basil and cilantro.Drape paper towel over the drain hole of large and smaller containers to keep the soil from leaking out of the pots.The reason behind nesting smaller containers inside a larger one is to keep the roots of the three different mint plants away from each other.I don’t want a tangled mess as they compete for water and root space!Place mint container in an area where it receives at least five hours of direct sunlight.Fertilizing is not necessary, but cut back mint by two-thirds every year to keep the plant full and nicely shaped.Overwinter mint indoors in cold climate areas and place it near a sunny window.Remember that each time you harvest mint leaves, you stimulate new growth in the plant.Find a sunny area near your house to place your potted basil and remove flowers as they emerge.Cilantro is the opposite of basil; it thrives during the colder months and languishes in hot weather.Once temperatures rise, cilantro bolts and starts to flower and set seed, and then your leaf harvest is over.Place your container cilantro in a partly sunny/partly shaded site so that it doesn’t overheat and stimulate flower growth.If you live in a cold winter area, bring your cilantro indoors and place near a sunny window.All of the cocktail garden plants presented in the video – mint, basil and cilantro – are easy to care for.Add lemon juice Choose your favorite spirit Shirley, Ari and Emma cheer a refreshing summer herbal cooler! .

How To Grow Cilantro or Coriander in Pots

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YouTube Stories: How Aussies are learning through video

Returning to the simpler things in life, Aussies are picking up spades and spatulas.Between 15 March-10 April, views of bread baking videos also peaked in Australia for 2020, increasing by more than 260 percent, compared to the prior daily average for the year.And with over 500 hours of video uploaded every minute, there are constantly new learning opportunities at people’s fingertips -- and we’re devouring them, with hundreds of millions of views of educational content on YouTube every single day globally. .

This course will help you learn how to actually keep plants alive

The bundle includes six different courses that cover a wide range of topics when it comes to gardening and maintaining healthy plants.The courses are Create a Bumper Garden with Creative Woodworking, Easy to Grow Vegetables and Herbs Plus DIY Stackable Planters, Gardening For Beginners: House Plants, Succulents, and Herbs, Designing Gardens and Drawing Plans for Beginners, Ornamental Plants Propagation, Pruning and Training Plants for Beginners.We like that the material is presented in short time frames because it makes it easier to follow and take in.This makes sense because they’re topics, like designing and drawing garden plans, and it’s helpful to see someone execute those skills so you can follow along.The voiceover narration is clear and easy to follow along with, as is the instruction from the garden expert in the recorded videos.It’s informative not only in the instruction of sewing and propagation but it goes in depth into the why of each method, which is something we found to be very helpful coming from a beginner level.This is definitely hands on and will require some other equipment and materials beyond plants, but in the end you’re left with planters you’ve measured, cut and built entirely on your own.With helpful hints along the way that are incorporated especially for people who’ve never built anything like this before, you’ll have all your questions answered before you can even ask them.The herbs it teaches you how to grow are parsley, coriander (cilantro), basil, chives and thyme.The last part of the course shows you how to build a planter for your veggie and herb garden providing another fun and helpful activity.This is the last course taught with recorded videos of an instructor showing you how to prune and train your plants.Even though you’re getting so much information it’s handed to you in small pieces broken down in easy and engaging to watch videos.By the time you’re finished with this course bundle, you’ll have learned how to create a beautiful outdoor space as well as how to maintain and grow plants inside to brighten up your home. .

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