Use One of These Four Simple Garden Designs to Grow Kitchen Herbs

Each of these gardens designs will fit into a 12-square-foot area so you can grown kitchen herbs in the space nearest your kitchen door.



garden designs - panorama
Our garden designs feature these kitchen herbs: basil, chives, cilantro, dill, marjoram, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, tarragon and thyme.
Illustration by Michael Otteman/Otteman Arts
garden designs - herbal edging
The preferred methods to start these 12 herbs are indicated by the colors: Green = sow herb seeds or use transplants. Blue = sow seeds only. Orange = use transplants only. 
Barbara Pleasant/Matthew T. Stallbaumer
garden designs - dooryard herbs
The preferred methods to start these 12 herbs are indicated by the colors: Green = sow herb seeds or use transplants. Blue = sow seeds only. Orange = use transplants only 
Barbara Pleasant/Matthew T. Stallbaumer
garden designs - raised bed
The preferred methods to start these 12 herbs are indicated by the colors:Green = sow herb seeds or use transplants. Blue = sow seeds only. Orange = use transplants only. 
Barbara Pleasant/Matthew T. Stallbaumer
garden designs - container combo
The preferred methods to start these 12 herbs are indicated by the colors: Green = sow herb seeds or use transplants. Blue = sow seeds only. Orange = use transplants only. 
Barbara Pleasant/Matthew T. Stallbaumer

















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