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Name: Johanna
Home: Sacramento, California, United States
About Me: I am a girl; I don't quite know where I came from or where I'm going. Though I'm still getting comfortable in my own skin, I love to think about a world more simple than the one I reside in now. I like to imagine a magical place with elegant gowns, tea time every hour, true friendship, etiquette, and art. Don't let the busy reality of the world take you over. Hold onto your innocence.
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So I have a little herb garden in my room- I mean- it's in a cute little... thing- You'd just have to see it.
Anyway......it's dying.
I...I'm not sure what I did wrong O_O
Can someone who likes these things *coughCherylcough* help me out with this? How do you take care of them?

I'd love to have little herb gardens XP and things I can take care of!
And the little gardens remind me of a playground for faries <3
posted by Johanna @ 8:17 AM  
  • At November 17, 2009 at 9:59 PM, Blogger Cheryl said…

    Awww!! How cute!! I didn't know you have a herb garden!! ^.^ Yay!! um... well I'm a little new to herb gardening myself too. lol... cause I was growing some also, and mine got sick on me too and died... :( I think though me and my mom figured out why. What kind of water do you use to water them? I was using house water, but I guess for small plants, its best to use pure water with no chlorine or other chemicals added to it, because the plant cant handle it and filter it out. :( I think thats what happened to mine... Also make sure they get lots of sunlight and are warm if you are growing them inside. ^.^ <333 They do look like little playgrounds for faries!!! <333 Sooo cute!! ^.^ I love the little bonsai gardens too. ^^

  • At November 17, 2009 at 10:05 PM, Blogger Johanna said…

    Yeah I saw on Dr. Oz that you shouldn't use water with chlorine or chemicals, but the water I used is completely filtered through the refrigerator. :<

  • At November 17, 2009 at 10:17 PM, Blogger Cheryl said…

    oh... hm... I'm not sure. They may be having a hard time producing their own food. You can maybe buy some plant food and give it to them. :) Also, check and see if there are any little bugs or insects that might be causing them to get sick. That happened to my chocolate mint herb. I was so sad.... :( it smelt so good. ;_;


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