• A Winter Herb Garden

    16 days ago - By Organic Spa Magazine

    Some herbs are stable enough to withstand frost and snow, whereas others will need to set up camp indoors.
    “Tender herbs, like basil, are likely to only come dried or frozen, but classics like thyme and rosemary are very hardy and can withstand snowy weather,” says Chris Bonnett, Gardening Express. “Others, like oregano, can be grown inside during chillier months. All they usually need is a well-draining soil, container, and a sunny windowsill.”
    Here are seven herbs that grow and thrive over the colder months.
    1. Myrtle
    This tasty herb has been grown in England since the 16th century and...
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