Herb Plants

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Cilantro

Cilantro

The staple herb in salsa, cilantro is one of the most popular fresh herbs. Space these plants 6-8” apart in full sunlight and in well-drained, moist soil for the best results.

Parsley

Parsley

A strongly flavoured dark-green herb, parsley grows best in moist soil with slow-release fertilizer. Keep the roots cool by mulching around the base of the plant.

Dill

Dill

Direct sunlight and rich, well-drained soil are perfect for dill, a strong herb that goes well with fish, lamb and potatoes. It grows well in containers as a border or hedge.

Chives

Chives

Chives, an herb that goes well with soups, are great for growing in either the garden or the kitchen and grow well in containers alone or with other herbs. Full-sun is ideal, as is placing them 8-12” apart.

Lemongrass

Lemongrass

With its sweet/sour citrus flavour, this attractive grass is great for Asian dishes. It is best planted in a large pot or 5-gallon bucket and kept moist. The leaves can be used fresh or dried and powdered.

Savory

Savory

With peppery-tasting leaves, savory compliments beans, lentils peas and eggs well and is best grown in containers.

Sage

Sage

One of the best garden herbs, sage grows into one of the sturdiest perennials with proper care. It is great when used fresh or dried with poultry, and grows well in full sun with well-drained soil.

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Create your own herb garden with easy-to-grow plants like basil, cilantro, thyme, parsley, dill and lavender. Feed your plants with the appropriate amount of sunlight and water and you’ll have an herb garden that will provide flavour and spice all summer long.