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Alan Titchmarsh, known for presenting Love Your Garden and Gardeners’ World, has offered advice on planting herbs including sage, mint and thyme. Speaking on an episode of ITV’s This Morning three years ago, the gardener shared his top tips.

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Speaking on the show, the gardening expert explained how to grow different herbs in the same trough.

He said: “You know people say, 'I don’t have a garden or I haven’t got a lot of room.'

“You can get a trough and you can get multi-purpose compost in it and you can get herbs.

“You can buy them in pots like this…here’s mint, very invasive…the key with this is outside your back door.”

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Speaking on the show, the gardening expert explained how to grow different herbs in the same troughSpeaking on the show, the gardening expert explained how to grow different herbs in the same trough (Image: ITV)

For those without a garden, placing herbs by a window sill so that they have enough sunlight will also work.

Alan added: “We’ve got mint, we’ve got thyme, we’ve got sage, parsley, chives, basil…in a sunny spot, right by your kitchen window, you can go out and get a bit.

“Even if you’re not using them, the smell is what it’s for.”

The expert took the herbs out of their brown pots before placing them close to each other in the trough.

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