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Thyme

Thyme Thyme is the one herb that everyone should keep in a bottle… or at least near their cabbage plants…

Sage

Sage plants prefer a soil that is well-drained and has abundant sunshine. Sage plants are considered to be very drought…

Rosemary

Rosemary is a hardy evergreen type woody herb that is actually part of the mint family.  Rosemary has proven itself…

Parsley

Parsley is often overlooked as an herb that is only useful as a garnishment for salads.  Community gardeners in the…

Dill

​Dill and Dill Seed are used by community gardeners in the preservation of cucumbers, beets, and other vegetables grown throughout…

Oregano

Oregano is an herb that resembles Marjoram, and frequently gardeners tend to grow both together without even knowing.  The major…

Lavender

Lavenders flourish best in dry, well-drained, sandy or gravelly soils in full sun. The many varieties need little or no fertilizer,…

Fennel

Fennel can be grown as just a feathery herb plant and for its edible bulb.  Fennel is a natural sweetener…

Coriander

Coriander or Cilantro leaves, stems, and roots are all usable in cooking, but the leaves and seeds are most predominantly…

Chives

​​Chives are a clumping herb, and while they are related to onions, most gardeners insist they have a very mild…

Basil

Basil has over 10 varieties and sub-species of basil that produce aromatic leaves that smell anywhere from sweet to pungent,…

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