You don’t need to have a green thumb to plant and grow an herb garden. Spring and Fall are both a wonderful time to begin.
Small raised bed gardens, planters and garden pots all work well for growing herbs. While some herbs grow well in the shade most produce better in the sun. Some prefer warmer climates while others grow well in cooler temperatures. Learn your planting zone and what herbs grow best in your area.
Fresh herbs are wonderful when added to your culinary creations, salads and dressings or as garnish for your plate. They can be used for tea (dry the leaves) medicinal purposes or fragrance. There is no end to what we can do with herbs.
Have fun and enjoy.