Many Brits have turned to gardening over the pandemic. The pasttime has seen a surge in popularity being voted as the second most popular activity to do during lockdown according to research by GlobalData. As well as providing you with kitchen staples growing herbs can also help boost your zero-waste efforts – here’s how.
Budding gardeners and the environmentally-conscious have been taking to veggie patches across the country.
Sad bunches of shop-bought herbs can quickly go over not to mention they are often wrapped in wasteful single-use plastic.
Why not grow your own to make sure you have a plentiful supply all year round by growing your own.
If you have access to a garden, allotment or even just a windowsill you can start to grow your own delicious fresh herbs this summer.
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