Herbs

Just about every dish tastes better with fresh herbs -- and there's no better way to get fresh herbs than to grow them yourself in an herb garden. From classic herb favorites such as basil, rosemary, mint, and thyme to lesser-known herb varieties, follow these growing, tending, and harvesting tips for herb garden success.

Learn about some unique herbs that grow perfectly in your garden or on your...

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Delicious, beautiful, and delightfully scented, rosemary can be finicky to gro...

With bright green, fern-textured stems, cilantro holds its own in beds or pots...

Grow your best herbs with some garden additions that are not only good to your...

For versatility in the garden, it's hard to beat beautiful, easy-grows-it dill...

Plant a patch of cooling, refreshing fragrance by adding mint to your garden....

Lemon balm's quilted green leaves release a delicious lemony aroma when brushe...

Escape the winter blues with scents of summer.

Chamomile's dainty daisylike blooms glisten when dew-spangled and glow in...

Don't let winter curtail your outside activities. Your garden can grow indoors...

A culinary classic, bay's glossy green foliage is a flavor favorite in soups,...

Savor true Italian flavor with garden-fresh oregano. This sprawling herb pumps...

Dress up your garden with a textural masterpiece: fennel. With graceful,...

Lavender might be the most enjoyable of all herbs. It appeals to almost every...

The spiky green foliage of aloe vera is splotched in white and contains a...

Rethink the ordinary strawberry pot! Try planting herbs in the pocket for...

Regular pruning will make your garden look its best.

Calamint is dotted with masses of tiny flowers that attract butterflies from...

Angelica is a tall, hardy biennial herb with dramatic stalks that can be...

You have a sunny window? Good news! You can grow an indoor herb garden. Got...

French tarragon creates a shrubby presence in the garden border, combining fin...

Perk up your garden and your mealtimes by adding parsley to your growing roste...

Sparkling periwinkle-blue blooms dance atop borage's fuzzy stems and leaves. A...

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