Herbs for Container Gardening

Posted in: Herbs - Leisure Reading, Container Gardening - Leisure Reading
By Esbenshade's Garden Center


Any herb can be grown in a container but here are a few that do very well by themselves or in combinations in planters.  The following plants are those that remain small and do not spread with the exception of lemon balm, catnip, and mint that should have a pot of their own. 
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Arugula
Basil, aussie sweetie
Basil, spicey globe
Basil, Siam queen
Bay leaf
Burnet
Calendula
Chamomile
Chives
Citrosia
Curry
Lavender, munstead     
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Lemon grass
Marjoram, sweet
Marjoram, golden
Marigold, tangerine gem
Myrtle sweet
Nasturtium
Oregano, greek
Oregano, cuban
Parsley, curled
Passion vine
Patchouli
Rosemary, ARP  
Rosemary, prostrate
Sage, dwarf
Savory, winter
Thyme, french
Thyme, lemon
Thyme, silver 

Herbs for Partial Shade

Many herbs need full sun to thrive but there are exceptions.  The plants on the following list can exist with partial shade, meaning morning sun or late afternoon sun.

Anise hyssop
Alchemilla mollis or
Lady’s  Mantle
Calendula
Catnip
Chamomile
Chives
Germander
Hyssop
Horseradish
Lemon balm
Lovage
Mint
Pennyroyal mint
Parsley
Perilla
Rue
Rosemary
Salad Burnet
Saponaria
Sorrel
Sweet Woodruff
Sage
Tansy
Tarragon, French
Valerian

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