Most herbs are not the main ingredient in dishes. But if you want your food to be more appealing and beautiful, herbs are one of the great suggestions. In addition to decorating food, you can use them to decorate homes or repel insects. For example, lavender is not only an outstanding purple flower, it also has a very special aroma that is dried and wrapped in aromatic bags to combat insects and create a fragrance for the room, and clothes.
And in today’s article, we are glad to share Top 10 Perennial Herbs You Can Plant Once And Enjoy For All Year. They are easy to grow and take care of. They can grow well anywhere such as garden, containers or pots. It’s easy to get these herbs and turn them into what you want, whether is food, decorations or scents … Let’s check them out now.
Plant lavender in full sun in well-draining soil. It doesn’t like to be kept overly moist so be sure to let the soil dry out before watering deeply.
Plant cilantro in full sun in well-drained, moist soil. You want to make sure to maximize foliage growth so pinch about an inch off the top of your young cilantro plants to prevent bolting and premature seed development.
Oregano need to get in full sun in well-draining soil. Trim frequently to encourage full growth.
Plant in soil that is rich, fertile, moist and well-draining in an area that receives full sun.
Rosemary is incredibly hardy but does best in well-drained, sandy soil in full sun. Make sure that you give your rosemary plants lots of room to spread their roots as they will quickly grow to be about 4’ tall and 4’ wide. Prune regularly and water deeply but don’t keep the soil too wet.
Sage is most successful when sown from a young plant in full sun with well-draining soil. Keep the soil moist but don’t allow water to sit. Prune back the thick, woody stems every spring to increase production and flavor.
#7 Lemon Balm
Lemon balm is incredibly hardy and will flourish in almost any conditions as it can quickly become invasive once established. It may be a good idea to plant it in a raised container by itself to prevent unwanted spread.
#8 Roman Chamomile
Chamomile does best in cool conditions in full sun to part shade with dry soil. It is incredibly hardy once established and only needs to be watered in prolonged periods of drought.
It thrives in hot conditions with full sun and all it needs is thorough watering when the soil is dry to flourish. It is often tricky to start from seed so it is best to plant a small thyme plant for optimal results.
This is a vigorous perennial and will often spread to fill any available space. Consider planting in a container or a separate herb garden to contain its growth.