Herbs are often grown in a part of the vegetable garden, but the gardener who has an odd-shaped plot to lay out, may find it convenient to grow them in a small corner of the garden by themselves. A herb garden could be designed as a very small formal garden, using lavender, sage, marjoram and other perennial herbs for the main planting of small beds, while other beds can be planted annually, with pot marigolds, summer savoury, parsley, etc.

An old-fashioned sundial, or a seat with a quaint old-fashioned in-scription, could complete the design of such a herb garden, which makes a fitting link between the flower garden and the vegetable plot, or orchard.

30. August 2013 by admin
Categories: Fruit Gardening, Kitchen Gardens, Uncategorized, Vegetable Gardening | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on THE HERB GARDEN


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