Most herbs are easy to grow. Your growing space, location, soil and shade/sun conditions can all be factored to determine which ones are easiest for you to grow in your circumstances.
Mint is easy and once it takes it spreads, so it's a good idea to plant in a pot. There are many varieties of mint. Rosemary and lavender make lovely bushes and produce forever...and the bees come! And thyme is easy too...so is sage...
actually most herbs are really easy to grow, some needing more space than others.
All the best! (Basil is great in the summer, in pots or in the garden). You just plant them and they grow with some water, but never too much.
Rosmary and thyme, of course there is always mint. If you can't grow that you'll never be successful at growing herbs. Just remember, grow it in a pot or it will take over your garden.
I like growing basil and oregano. I had better luck with basil and parsley. I like having them fresh on hand near the kitchen for cooking!
by Paula5 years ago
What are your favorite herbs to grow in the garden?
by Patsy Bell Hobson2 years ago
If you could grow just one herb, what would it be? Pick 3 herbs for beginners.There is no point in growing tomatoes if you don't grow basil. What are the herbs you grow to eat?
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
Which cooking herbs are the easiest to grow yourself?If you wanted to grow herbs from seeds or even buy ones that are already growing, which are the easiest to take care of?
by Brian Dooling5 years ago
What herbs do you grow in your garden?I only started growing herbs last summer, with a whiskey barrel filled of mint, some sweet basil and rosemary. Im thinking of growing more herbs but not sure what I want to...
by DailyResearcher6 years ago
Do you grow herbs?Which herbs do you grow?
by MissJamieD6 years ago
Some people may say that food is meant to be eaten in it's rawest form. I believe spices make a dull meal, happy!I love S & P, sea salt, garlic salt, basil, cumin, oregano and dillweed.
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