Fennel
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Fennel

This attractive, licorice-flavored herb is easy to grow in the home garden. Sunlight: Full sun to part shade Maturity: 30-40 days for leaves, 3-4 months for bulbs Height:…

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Dill
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Dill

Attractive and flavorful, dill is an easy-to-grow aromatic herb with feathery green leaves and a pleasant, sweet taste. Sunlight: Full sun Maturity: 40-65 days from seed Height: 3 to 4 feet…

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Cilantro
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Cilantro

Nothing brightens up a Mexican dish like the fresh green leaves of cilantro grown right outside your kitchen door. Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade Maturity: 60-75 days (leaves), 100+…

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Chive
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Chive

Attractive and savory, chives are perfect in pots and make a beautiful border around gardens. Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade Maturity: 60-75 days Height: 6 to 18 inches Spacing: 4 to 6 inches…

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Chervil
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Chervil

Best when used fresh, growing chervil is easy in pots, in the garden and indoors. Sunlight: Prefers light shade Maturity: 40-60 days Height: 1-2 feet Spacing: 8-12 inches…

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Borage
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Borage

An easy to grow annual, borage leaves and flowers have a mild cucumber-like flavor. Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade Maturity: 55-75 days Height: 18 to 36 inches Spacing: 12 to 24 inches apart, 2 to 4 feet…

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Basil
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Basil

A how-to guide for growing this classic culinary herb. Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade Maturity: 60-90 days from seed Height: 18 to 24 inches Spacing: 6 to 12 inches apart, 1 to 2 feet between rows…

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Rosemary In Winter
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Rosemary In Winter

How to grow rosemary, indoors and outdoors, in pots. It’sbeen over a year since I moved from Montana to the sunny and somewhat warmer (or considerably, depending on…

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Drying Herbs
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Drying Herbs

Guarantee the herbs you grow are preserved at the peak of their flavor. Here’s how. Inmany parts of the country, the beginning of August is the time to…

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Oh, Oregano
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Oh, Oregano

How to grow this kitchen herb favorite from seed and transplants. When the abundant moisture of spring has given way to drier summer conditions, it’s time to plant…

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