When pruning herbs for harvest or for shape, it’s vital to follow the ‘rules’ of the plant…the way it naturally grows. This way you’ll stimulate new, delicious growth as well as shape the plant over the course of the season or seasons.
We’ll be pruning rosemary, green onions, and of course the classic basil in this video to demonstrate a few different approaches.
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