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Herb Gardens

The important thing to remember about herb gardens is that they are relatively easy to cultivate and will do well as long as they have good drainage and ample sun. Growing herbs adds great beauty to the landscape and provide variety and flavor to any recipe in which they are used. Click on the articles below for guides, ideas and more.

How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Red Creeping Thyme


Red creeping thyme (Thymus praecox) spreads quickly to make a lush carpet of small leaves and bright blooms! When touched ...

Creeping Thyme Lawn (Pros and Cons and How to Plant)


Here's how to grow this attractive, drought-resistant herb instead of grass.

How to Grow Marjoram: The Complete Gardener's Guide


Magnificent marjoram, with its aromatic leaves and warm flavor, is easy to grow and available in many varieties.

How to Plant and Grow Hyssop Plant (Hyssopus Officinalis)


Grown in containers or as a border plant, Hyssop is extremely attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

How to Plant, Grow and Care for Thyme Plant (Complete Guide)


This highly aromatic herb is grown for its many culinary uses as well as a hardy ground cover.

How to Plant, Grow and Care for Borage in the Garden Easily


An easy to grow annual, borage leaves and flowers have a mild cucumber-like flavor.

Complete Guide to Plant, Grow and Harvest Lovage Plant


A hardy perennial with dark green shoots and a big, bold flavor — tastes like celery!

How to Grow Sage Plant: Complete Beginner's Guide to Sage


Native to the northern Mediterranean, gardeners are growing sage for its many culinary and medicinal uses.

Tarragon - Everything You Need to to Know About Artemisia Dracunculus

Compost & Soil

What is Tarragon? Tarragon is a perennial herb that is used in culinary dishes commonly in French or Russian cuisine. This ...

Stratify Seeds to Improve Germination

Flower Gardens

Refrigerate seeds before planting to improve germination.

Kitchen Garden Planner

Garden Design

How to grow greens and other vegetables right outside your back door.

Dandelion Greens


How to grow bitter herbs -- dandelion, milk thistle, goldenseal, and more -- organically.