The Q&A Archives: Herbs

Question: Can I please get some info on planting herbs. Like what kinds should with each other.

Answer: Herb gardening is really rewarding! Find a sunny spot that's near the kitchen so you can just step outside and harvest fresh herbs while you're cooking. Most herbs compliment one another, and most have the same growing requirements, so you can group your favorites together, and they should all get along quite well. Try growing Angelica, Caraway, Chervil, Chives, Dill, Lovage and Parsley together. Oregano, Thyme, Rosemary and Sage will make an attractive and fragrant herb bed, as well. If you grow any of the mints, keep them in pots sunk into the ground as they can be quite invasive!

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