Herbs That Grow Well Together

Finding good herb companions to plant together, can give you a bountiful crop. This guide is about herbs that grow well together.

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Planting basil in an herb garden.

I have cilantro, Italian parsley, dill, basil, thyme, tarragon, rosemary, sage, and mint, and I have four hanging pots to plant them in. What is the best combination?

Hardiness Zone: 7a

By grifft from Levittown, NY

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Read the labels that come with the plants. Be sure to separate plants that like to be dry, and those that need to be kept moist.That way you will you can create the proper container or area for each type of plant, with out over water one and under watering the other. jjs

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