Name of 9 herbs please.....................

United States
April 20, 2007 6:08pm CST
I have 9 small pots ready in which I want to plant herbs. I have selected basil,thyme,oregano and cilantro. Can you suggest me more?
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@LouanneB (53)
• Canada
21 Apr 07
I can think also of ginseng, rosemary, sage, marjoram, mint, parsley, clove, and dill. There's some articles about herb gardens ... at this site
@cianoy (513)
• Philippines
28 Jun 10
Add mint, parsley, rosemary and stevia
@drannhh (15237)
• United States
17 Jan 08
I agree with others here that rosemary, mint, and parsley would be good additions. How about chives?
@Mitraa (3187)
• India
16 Jan 08
Yes, you can take 'lemon grass', 'brahmi' and 'aloe-vera'. Please message me for few links. Thanks.
@Darkwing (21586)
15 Jan 08
Lavender is my favourite herb and very versatile. It can be used to induce sleep, clarify dreams, relieve inflammation, and can be used neat on burns as well as many other things. Other than that, there is Valerian, Coltsfoot, Skullcap, Sage, Rosemary, Parsley... oodles of them. Good luck with your project, and Brightest Blessings.
• United States
27 Apr 07
Hello, Did you know there are several types of Basil? Besides Basil there is also a Sweet Basil and a Lemon(Mrs. Burns) Basil. They all have differant flavors and smells. Chives are also very good easy to grow and if planted in a garden will come back every year. I also like Mint, it smells so fresh and clean when the wind blows it or you touch the leaves. Dill is also easy to grow and out of just a couple plants once dried you can get lots of dill seeds. Don't forget RoseMary and Parsley.There are a couple varities of parsley I have had luck with "Extra curled Dwarf and flat.
@Nardz13 (5056)
• New Zealand
27 Apr 07
hi rosh, Here are some herbs that I have growing in my herb garden and around our back n front yard; Chives, Basil, Dill, Parsley, Lavender, Thyme, Rosemary, Mint and Oregano...
@Rickrocks8 (1751)
• United States
25 Apr 07
parsley rosemary catnip sweet woodruff
@anewlevel (173)
• United States
22 Apr 07
I would suggest peppermint or spearmint. I grew spearmint plants and made mint-flavored tea from the leaves.