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  • Tanya Zimmer

    In my herb garden

  • Angie Sanders

    ROSEMARY - Light:Sun - Zones:6-10 - Plant Type:Perennial,Herb,Shrub - Plant Height:1-6 feet tall - Plant Width:2-4 feet wide - Flower Color:Shades of pink or blueBloo...

  • Lila ~ TX

    Easy-to-Grow Herbs - fresh from the garden herbs add flavor and fragrance to your foods.

  • Susie

    Barbeque Rosemary Plant

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When we live together can we have a little herb garden out back? Or maybe on a window sill?

Basil - With dozens of types to choose from, basil satisfies almost any palate. It's best known as the main ingredient in pesto, but some varieties impart anise, lemon, mint, cinnamon, or clove flavors to foods. Selections that have purple foliage or attractive blooms are especially ornamental. Grow basil in full sun, tucking a few plants into flowerbeds or into container gardens.

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herbs as potted plants....and a great way to control wandering herbs like mint!