herbs in your garden

source: Kellogg Garden Guide

When thinking about herb pairings, you will want to plant herbs together that

not only have the same soil requirements, but that also tend to vary in height.

In other words, plant herbs that grow taller with those that tend to bush out a

bit and/or trailing herbs.

Really, the pairings largely depend on what you want to grow and the soil content.

The sky is the limit once you know what you want and will use.

  • Creeping Thyme, Rosemary, Sage

  • Basil, Italian Parsley, Chives

  • Oregano, Lemon Thyme, Savory

  • Cilantro, Parsely, Lemon Balm


consider water preferences

Herbs that tend to prefer moist soil over arid are:

Basil

Parsley

Catnip

ChervilChives

Cilantro

Lemon Balm

Mint


Herbs that tend to prefer dryer soil include:

Caraway

Rosemary

Marjoram

Oregano

Lavender

Thyme

Sage

Savory

Hyssop

Curry