This article is part of our ongoing series looking at how you can use herbs and other plants to enhance your garden and wildlife habitat.

We’ve seen a few small ponds that look just like herbs or even plants.

But they are really just a pile of dried herb leaves.

This article looks at how to grow herbs in a miniature pond that is only 2 to 4 feet wide.

You can grow herbs anywhere in your yard, even in a creek.

You just need a little water and a little space.

Here are the basic steps: Use a pot or container that is large enough to hold herbs.

Fill it with water and place the herb leaves in the container.

You will need a drainage hole or other place for the herb to drain.

Add some mulch and some plants and plant them on top of the herbs.

Plant more plants on top and plant some herbs on the bottom.

You are done!

Here are some tips to make it work: Keep the water temperature at a low, like 70 degrees F. You don’t want to allow the water to boil or boil the herbs so you can’t harvest them.

Use compost or manure to keep the water fresh.

If you do compost or put manure in the water, make sure you do not disturb the plants by using the compost.

Make sure the water is at a minimum of 75 degrees F, because it will cause the plants to be stunted.

You need to be very careful with the water when the plants are growing.

When the water reaches 70 degrees, you will need to turn the pot on high, turn the heat down, and let it cool down.

After a few days, you should see the herbs turn a dark brown color.

The plants will be ready to harvest.

Now, the only catch is that you must use compost or a soil that is compost-friendly, and you will want to add some kind of fertilizer to help keep the plants healthy.

Here is a recipe for a very easy, low-maintenance herb garden: 1 cup coarsely ground herbs, such as parsley, rosemary, thyme, and chives, plus any of the above herbs you like, or whatever you can find.

1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon dried basil 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 1/4 teaspoon ground clove 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/3 cup water 2 cups compost (or compost, like this one) 2- to 4-inch-wide gravel or straws to fill the pond (optional) Add a little soil to the pond, then sprinkle the compost over the herbs to help them germinate.

You may also add some mulches to help the plants absorb nutrients.

To grow herbs, you need to use a pot that has a drainage holes or a drainage system that drains the water.

Place the herbs in the pot and plant more plants over the herb plants.

Place compost, manure, or other fertilizer in the drainage hole to help increase the soil’s nutrients.

Add mulch to help prevent insects and diseases.

Plant the herbs and plants in the pond in the winter.

You’ll want to do this in early spring, but the herbs will grow very quickly.

The compost you added to the compost will help to improve the nutrients and help the herbs grow quickly.

When you are ready to use the herbs, simply pour water into the pond and add a teaspoon of fertilizer.

The herbs will be thriving in the compost and you’ll have plenty of herbs.

The easiest way to make this herb garden is to have a garden club or volunteer group buy the herbs for you and you can plant them yourself.

You could even plant the herbs yourself.

Just don’t forget to fill them with water once the compost is ready.