• Rosemary, oregano, basil. And maybe for some folk, the Herb.
  • In mine there is lavender, oregano, basil, mint
  • Chamomile, Herb of Healing Chervil, The Herb of New Life Chives, The Little Onion Horseradish, Best For Condiments
  • In mine I have basil, rosemary, parsley, thyme, oregano, coriander, dill, and chocolate mint. But I have seeds for anise, cumin, spearmint, caraway, lemon balm,summer savory, sorrel, chives, fenugreek, and chamomile. Just have to wait until spring before I can plant some of them. +5 Nunya
  • You name it it can be grown. Most folk stick with herbs they use - leaves of bay, garlic, rosemary, sage, blah. Some, like mustard have dual purposes, like using the seed to make home made mustard (mustard seed, ground mustard) and also use the greens or other parts (mustard greens mixed with spinach, collard and turnip greens - yum yum). I personally have lavender, bay, basil, garlic, chives, parsley, chamomile and catnip (for night time tea), sage, tarragon, mint (Spearmint and peppermint), Sweet Basil, Feverfew (for my arthritis), ox-eye daisy (Goldenseal - medicinal herb), three varieties of Thyme, and Dandelion (in salads and as a medicinal herb). I also raise mustard for greens and seed.
  • I grow an herb garden with rosemary, thyme, oregano, sage, chammomile, catnip, parsley, cilantro and chives.
  • Marijuana. Marijuana leaves boiled in water and used for fermentation will relieve muscular pains like magic. I have a few marijuana and Tulsi plants. The leaves of the two boiled together work even better.
  • All kinds of herbs can be grown. I have a sister that grows all of the herbs she uses.
  • Rosemary,mint,thyme
  • I grow parsley. Its real easy to grow and I use it in most of my cooking.
  • I've grown thyme, sage, lots of different basil, cilantro, flat leaved parsley, rosemary, Greek and Mexican oregano, at least 5 mints, chervil, tarragon, marjoram, lavender, chamomile, dill, lemon balm, borage, chives, wormwood,lovage, stevia. I've grown bay in the past but my little tree died. And I once tried growing kaffir leaves but it didn't last long. I'll have to try again.
  • dill, sage.
  • Mint, parsley, garlic
  • ummm....weed. lol jk =]
  • rosemary
  • To name two quick and easy to grow herbs is catnip and sage. Either grows rapidly but catnip can be invasive. after it is established you must "trim" the patch where it grows with a lawnmower. Basil and Borage are said to be easy to grow.I might mention elephant garlic. It is a very hardy plant and makes a and mild tasting seasoning.
  • Parsley and basil.
  • Anyone, and I mean *anyone* can plant basil seeds and be happy with the results! Great plant, always happy to grow... Easy to cook with, too!
  • Parsley. It is a mild bitter herb that can enhance the flavor of your foods. Many consider parsley just to be a curly green garnish for food, but it actually helps things like stews achieve a more balanced flavor.

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