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Herbs That Grow Well Together

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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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April 20, 2010

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


April 22, 20100 found this helpful

You don't say how many you have of each. Some can come in dwarf or creeping varieties as well as the standard. I am assuming you have one each of standard sized plants. If you got dwarf or creeping types where available, that's great for hanging baskets!

Put the dill in a pot on the ground; it's too tall to hang. Maybe combine it with the basil. The dill will have gone to seed and died long before the basil, and then the basil can go to town the rest of the season. Standard basil can get quite large.

Combine the sage with the cilantro. Cilantro is another herb that doesn't last out the season. For a steady supply, you'd need to plant seeds regularly. Let's put the parsley in here, too. It will last till next year.


Give the mint its own pot; it is an aggressive spreader. It also likes more water than some of the others.

Rosemary doesn't like too much water, so combine it with the thyme and tarragon, which also tolerate somewhat drier conditions.

Except as noted these herbs are perennial. But don't count on them surviving outside through the winter in pots. Bring them in if you want to keep them going. You might even get the basil (usually an annual) to over winter if you keep it happy.

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April 28, 20100 found this helpful

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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June 20, 20120 found this helpful

If you grow a variety of herbs in one pot together, will it affect the taste of certian herbs?

By Coley H. from Omaha, NE

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