Annual. Sun/part shade. Leaves used in Mexican and Thai foods. Use raw or add near end of cooking. 12" x 12".
Fern like foliage.
Both foliage and bulb are used in cooking.
Host plant for Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Perennial. Sun. Lavender flowers. 18" x 12".
Perennial. Sun/part shade. When harvesting mint leaves leave at least 1/3 of plant left to grow. Mint can be invasive so many gardeners prefer to grow in a pot.
Perennial. Full Sun.
Occasional but not frequent watering. Attracts: Hummingbirds and Butterflies. Flowers are white, pink and purple formed in erect spikes. This perennial herb will not tolerate extremely cold winters but will grow outdoors between zones 5-10. To keep flavorful only water when dry taking care not to over water. Do not use additional fertilizer. If you are growing oregano for consumption you should pinch out flower right away. Wait until plant is 5” tall before clipping leaves. Once the plant flowers it will lose flavor. However, many gardeners allow oregano to flower in their gardens to attracts pollinators.
Perennial. Sun. 2-3 ft. high and wide with aromatic fern-like blue-green leaves. Moderate to regular water.
Perennial. Full sun.
Water at least 1" weekly.
Risk of wilt disease if planted in soil where tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, & eggplant were grown.