To quote the author: "Throughout this philosophy will be found the suggestion that thought, backed by strong desire, has a tendency to transmute itself into its physical equivalent." - Napoleon Hill
My first self-taught lesson when growing an edible garden was definitely to make sure you grow herbs! Yes, they may not receive as much attention as your prize grown tomato or pumpkin, but they are just as important. Herbs are easy, require little maintenance and add heavenly flavor to any garden grown dish you whip up. They don't need a large amount of space to thrive and can even be planted by a kitchen window for easy access when cooking. There are so many varieties of herbs
Get a paper towel and wrap your apple seeds in them. Wet the paper towel and put it in the plastic bag. Make sure the plastic bag is sealed tight, and put it in the fridge. Your seeds should take about a month to germinate but check every few weeks and wet again if dry. Your seeds will start to have little white sprouts coming out of them soon enough that's when you know there ready for planting.
The Hardiest of Hardy Perennials. Generally speaking, a plant is classified as a perennial if it can survive to Zone 7. Above that range, plants become tender perennials or annuals. For the purpose of this article, we will only consider the "hardiest" of hardy perennials, plants that are hardy to Zones 4 and lower (or higher in latitude). The plants on this list are definitely tough enough to survive your area's worst winters.
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