Growing the Best Herbs for Containers

Growing Herbs in Small Spaces

Growing the Best Herbs for Containers
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 5 minutes Growing the best herbs for containers needn’t be difficult. Most herbs can live their lives happily in containers. Especially herbs for culinary use. I learned this bit of wisdom from my mom. We had a postage stamp of a yard and mint was the only herb planted in the ground (and yes, it took over the lower portion of that tiny backyard, and crept into our neighbor’s grass). Lesson learned. Mint is an invasive herb and one of the best herbs for containers. Mom eventually planted the mint, along with her cherished Lebanese herbs of basil, parsley, and thyme in a big black iron wash kettle rummaged from a yard sale. That iron kettle now sits in a place of honor in my herb garden, planted with several varieties of basil. My basil grows front and center in my herb garden nestled in

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