Growing Herbs : How to Grow an Herb Garden Indoors

In herb gardening, the most important aspect of having an indoor herb garden is to have access to a sunny window. Grow an herb garden inside a house that has a lot of natural light withtips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner
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How to Grow an Herb Garden Indoors

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  1. Thanks for watching my videos! Check out our new website with new videos at howtogardenvideos! Find us on Facebook! My family is from Holland but I grew up in the USA so I am glad my accent is entertaining to those from across the pond! I enjoy your accents as well!

  2. You pronounce it one way, someone else pronounces it another. It’s called dialect. God. People are so obsessed over a grammar situation to appreciate the fact this woman is giving great information. I’m only a 13 year old girl yet I’m more mature then you fools. :/

  3. Thanks for taking the time to watch my videos and for all the nice comments!!
    I am glad that I entertain you and you choose to watch my videos when there are so many out there! You can find me on Facebook and Twitter under Yolanda Vanveen
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    Keep gardening and blooming where you are planted! Yolanda Vanveen

  4. My family is from Holland and I would sound like an idiot here in America if I pronounced the H in herbs so I have decided to speak the locals language so I wouldn’t sound stupid like everyone who has a problem with it. Thanks!!!

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  6. well i’m not american as you can see i am canadian and if you mistake me for an american i don’t know i may have to shoot you ;-) we are a totally different country. i never noticed if i say the h or not but regardless the rules of grammar still stand. are you in the uk?