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My neighbour’s sunroom is filled with potted plants. Some are the usual suspects you’d expect to find indoors such as devil’s ivy and ferns, but last winter she moved one of her favourite herbs indoors as well.

A late sowing had produced lots of basil plants that weren’t large enough to harvest. As the cold nights arrived, she

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