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 Where do Bay Leaves come from and can you eat them?

Answer Bay leaves grow on a tree and can be used in cooking - they are safe to eat Answer Bay Leaves come from the sweet bay or laurel tree, known botanically as Laurus nobilis. They are often used as a f... Read More »
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All my leaves are drying up and falling of the new leaves are turning brown under neath the leaf why?

Answersounds like too much water to me. could be too little water or too much sun as well could be a disease ftyujkilop[][pouyfrdsadfyui0op-iuyresedfhop[poiuy
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My parsly only grows flowers but i want leaves what are some things i can do to make it grow leaves?

Tips for Dead Leaves on Potted Plants & Brown Spots on Leaves?

Brown-spotted or dead leaves on potted plants can be a sign of several different problems. Environmental damage, a lack of nutrients or even infection can be the causes of such problems whether the... Read More »
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Why do plant varieties with erect leaves give higher crop yields than those with horizontal leaves?

With corn, the "erect" leaves allow the crop rows to be planted closer together. This generally leads to a greater yield per acre becase more plants can be planted per acre.
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