Herbs are terrific plants to have in the garden. Kitchen Herb Garden includes varieties such as oregano and dill can be helpful in repelling many harmful garden pests. Our Kitchen Herb Garden Planting Menu includes 6 popular and useful culinary herbs.
Dill, a perennial herb in the parsley family, has been used since ancient times. Growing from 1 to 2 feet in height, the finely divided, feathery leaves are threadlike in appearance.
Cilantro, also called Chinese Parsley, is an annual herb native to southern Europe, North Africa and West Asia.
Italian parsley is a glossy flat-leaf variety that is considered the most flavorful parsley, and is called for in many gourmet recipes.
Chervil is a delicate annual herb related to parsley, whose leaves it closely resembles. It grows to a height of 2 feet on wiry stems.
Genovese Basil has a high leaf to stem ratio and grows 14”-20” tall. It’s slow to bolt, and you can snip the flowers off to extend the harvest period.
Oregano is a hardy plant that requires little maintenance. It is an important herb in Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine.