Herb Garden Plants

Basically you can grow many of the herb garden plants from seedlings that should be readily available at your local garden store. If you wish to grow some of the less common herbs or ones that are not typically grown at your location, you might have to start with seeds.

Just make sure that you source your seeds locally.

growing your own herbs

If you happen to be travelling, please don't bring in seeds or cuttings that you have collected overseas.

Not only is it often illegal, but it could also pose a serious risk to the eco-system in your country by bringing in non-native organisms that may be hitching a ride on your seeds.



So, which herbs do you want to grow?

List of Herbal Plants

If you need more information about how each herb is grown before you make your decision, just click on any of the links below to read more about that particular herb plant.

Each page will provide information on the growing conditions for each type of plant, and how to harvest your herbs. There will also be a section on potential uses of each herb and the best way to preserve or use the them.

  • Angelica

  • Anise Hyssop

  • Anise

  • Artemisia

  • Basil, Sweet

  • Bee Balm

  • Borage

  • Burnet

  • Calendula

  • Caraway

  • Catnip

  • Chamomile

  • Chamomile

  • Chervil

  • Chives

  • Clary Sage

  • Coriander

  • Costmary

  • Dandelion

  • Dill

  • Fennel

  • Feverfew

  • Geranium

  • Germander

  • Horehound

  • Hyssop

  • Lavender

  • Lemon Verbena

  • Lemon Balm

  • Lovage

  • Marjoram

  • Nasturtium

  • Oregano

  • Parsley

  • Peppermint

  • Perilla

  • Rosemary

  • Rue

  • Sage

  • Santolina

  • Sorrel

  • Southernwood

  • Spearmint

  • Summer Savory

  • Sweet Woodruff

  • Sweet Rocket

  • Sweet Marjoram

  • Tansy

  • Tarragon

  • Thyme

  • Valerian

  • Winter Savory

  • Wormwood

  • Yarrow


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