Rich in vitamins and called for in many recipes. Attracts beneficial insects. A staple for the herb garden as well as the butterfly garden!
To height of 1’ (up to 4’ if left to bloom)
Biennial in zones 5-11
Always use fresh instead of dried if possible. Substitute three times as much fresh as the recipe calls for dried. Good with lamb, meatballs, fish, pasta, chicken, pizza, and as a garnish.
Very dark green, ruffled leaves are produced on low, mounded plants. Ideal for pots and window herb gardens.
To height of 1’
Biennial, but most commonly planted new each spring.
Often used as a garnish. As an additive spice in hearty dishes such as soups, stews, meat, and vegetables.
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