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Container Planting of Herbs

I just purchased some cilantro. I also have parsley and dill all in one large container outside as I plan to bring the container inside in the winter. My question is, it ok to have all three plants in the container, and also the cilantro was in dire need of attention when I purchased and still does not look good. What do I do?


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#1 Comment By Becca062 On 07/13/2011 @ 4:02 pm

Cilantro and dill are annual herbs and often do not last through the summer, You can try starting cilantro from seed if temperatures will remain hot for a couple more months in your area; parsley is a biennial herb and might grow inside if this is its first year. More information here:
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