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Growing Tip No. 12

"When you plan your garden layout, make sure to allow room for tall plants in the back, away from shorter ones so they don't get shaded out."


Herb Garden Designing

In order to design your herb garden, the first thing you need to know is how large herbs will grow. This guide will tell you approximately how large a mature plant will be in just a year or two. Once you know how much room to allot to each variety, you can place them in any shape or design you like!

Herb Sizes Best Varieties
1 - 1 1/2 feet or less in diameter and less than 1 foot tall
Parsley, Chives, Cilantro, Fernleaf Dill (other dills can grow to 3' tall), Cuban Basil, Thyme
2 feet to 4 feet wide, less than 2 feet tall
Sweet Marjoram, Basils (except African Blue), Tarragon, Savory
Short But Large
4-6 feet wide, less than 1 foot tall
Mints, Oregano
4-6 feet wide and tall
African Blue Basil, Rosemary, Lavenders, Sages, Lemon Verbena, Pineapple Sage, Bay Laurel (Note**this is actually a tree but is a nice addition to your herb garden. It grows very slow but will eventually reach 15-20 feet tall.)

Sample Herb Garden Design

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