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Herbs For Container Gardening

     
 

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. 


Arugula

Basil, aussie sweetie

Basil, spicey globe

Basil, Siam queen

Bay leaf

Burnet

Calendula

Chamomile

Chives

Citrosia

Curry

Lavender, munstead

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