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    Default just a quick little reference for easily grown herbs

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    +100. Good chart. We have some but not all of those growing. Ginger and Tumeric are two I like very much to cook with, besides the medicinal benefits.
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    I brush the tops of our mint plants often as I walk past to to get the smell in the air (and on my hands).

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    Unfortunately, cinnamon and cayenne don't grow so well up here.

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    This chart was meant for everyone on here except for you. Sorry, forgot to block you.
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    Hah! I'd be surprised if anyone here could grow cinnamon.

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    I thought the same thing. Never heard of anyone growing it around here. Cayenne on the other hand does great around here, most peppers actually.
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    I buy cinnamon by the hoards because I can't get it to grow even in mock conditions it requires..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camouflaged View Post
    I buy cinnamon by the hoards because I can't get it to grow even in mock conditions it requires..
    How do you store it for the long term?

    Side note, I hope hubby is doing well, and you are able to take care of yourself.

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    I vac seal it by the cup then put the pkgs in mylar and seal to keep light out and moisture away. I just opened, and am using cinnamon out of a pkg I sealed in 92'. Taste and smell is fresh. I cook and bake a lot with cinnamon. I alsp make apple honey and cinnamon hot tea.
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