RE: [gardeners] Herbside gardening

Penny Nielsen (
Fri, 22 Jan 1999 07:31:52 -0400

And if you don't collect all the dill seeds you'll have dill everywhere next year too.  I don't mind cause its one of my fav. herbs and easy to remove if you don't want it where it popped up.

I've got to change some of the soil for my herbs - its not sandy enough.  I've relegated my mint to an area of some soil over mostly rocks.  It has helped to confine it.

Zone 5/6a

>>> "Murray, Raelene (K. Wilkie, MP)" <> 01/21/99 08:25PM >>>
I am sure the Miss and Perth are ages away in climate zones but I started a
herb garden in last October (the only constructive thing I have been able to
do lately).  Again it is fairly sandy soil in almost full sun but everything
is flourishing - despite sporadic watering and little other care.  I have
rosemary, thyme, lemon thyme, chives, garlic chives, parsley a couple of
mints (I know they will go everywhere but what the heck), coriander and


	I want to have a herb patch this year.  All I've
	done in the past as far as herbal endeavors went 
	was to plant some chives and parsley.  I need
	suggestions that will flourish in central
	Mississippi, are easiest to grow, and easiest
	to do something with once they're grown.