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Rhubarb, a perennial plant, lasts over 20 years if it is well looked after. It does not grow well in hot climates, preferring temperate weather conditions.
Basil not only tastes great but is also a fantastic looking herb to grow in the garden, attracting butterflies and bees whilst keep hornworms away.
There are many types of garlic that grow well in a wide range of climates. This vegetable can be eaten raw or cooked as fresh or it can be dried and stored.
It is easy to grow hydrangeas, given the correct soil and choice of location. Here is how you can planting, prune and deadhead hydrangeas.
Did you know you can buy a pineapple from a supermarket, take it home and grow even more as houseplants? Read how to propagate a pineapple in easy 5 steps.