I would like to start growing an Italian herb garden in my backyard. (Basil, oregeno, parsley, arugula, etc.) How do I decide which area to plant? Is is best to do this by container gardening or plant directly into the ground. I’ve NEVER done any gardening – just really like to cook with Italian seasonings.
Additionally, I would like to grow tomatoes. Any recomendations on delicious varieties?
All herbs prefer full sun. They do better in the ground than in containers. Oregano is a perennial, basil, parsley, arugula are annuals – save their seeds for next year. Jiffy makes great Mini greenhouses (4" x 10") that sit nicely in window sills – preferably south facing – for starting seeds. http://lawn-and-garden.hardwarestore.com/77-494-trays-and-peat-pots/jiffy-peat-pot-strips-631448.aspx see " Jiffy-7"
Super Fantastic tomatoes are exactly that. http://www.reimerseeds.com/super-fantastic-tomato.aspx
I lived in Lafayette for many years. You should be able to grow just about anything. Have fun!
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Just weeks before hurricane Katrina, I visited New Orleans for several days and this montage is a look back at the way life was before the hurricane.
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I want a lifan 200 dual sport bike and live in Louisiana does anyone know what states they are legal in….
they should be but check your local laws before purchasing.
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I’m trying to find colleges for majors in music but I’m not sure what I want to be yet. Thanks!
For good music, your best bet is New Orleans: The center for Jazz, where one can venture down to the French Quarter and have a plethora of places to go and listen to it live (speaking with lots of personal experience).
New Orleans has some great universities: Tulane, UNO, Loyola, and Xavier. All of them are great, and they all seem to have great programs; however, I suggest Tulane: Tulane is highly ranked, in terms of academics and student happiness (for the latter, they are in the top 10). Don’t get me wrong, all of them are great, but Tulane has the best overall reputation. In terms of music, I don’t know, but I know you’ll be happy there, at the very least.
I’m doing a project on the Cajun and Creole Cultures of New Orleans. I know that a lot of people live in New Orleans and may be apart of these cultures. If you know any great information or can explain some stuff to me, I would love to know more! Thank-you. (:
Note that the Acadians (Cajuns) settled in south central Louisiana (around Lafayette) and not in New Orleans.
My bros are looking to take a road truip and trying to see history stuff and stieand things but don’t have many bens. any ideas where to go
Since my home land was not on the list, Mexico, and neither was our territory of California, I guess Texas and Florida. However, if you are a minority, do not go to Texas. They are a lot of hatred brewing there and differently do not go up to Alaska. Alaska is very expensive and it is as white as snow.