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Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm...maybe next to the driveway..or in the yard over the oil tank where the grass won't grow.

HAIRY MOUNTAIN MINT Also called Wild Mint or American Mountain Mint, Native to the U.S., this mint variety is most commonly grown as a bee plant or butterfly plant. Elongated soft green leaves have a mild peppermint fragrance and can be used like ordinary peppermint. Useful for attracting beneficial pollinators to the garden and is sought after by bee keepers as an important nectar plant. Has also gained some notoriety as an insect repellent perennial zones 4-8.

Boxwood basil - planted this in my yard and it's doing great!

Seed company that offers heirloom, organic & non gmo! // herb, Borage seeds | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co

Full Shade edible plants: Alpine strawberry, blackberry, Bishop's Weed, Chameleon, Fuchsia, Giant Bellflower (Campanula latifolia), Hostas, Mint, Mushrooms, Red Shiso (Perilla frutescens), serviceberry, Solomon's seal (Polygonatum biflorum), wasabi, and wild ginger.

Rosemary is the easiest herb that I grow indoors over winter. I’ve grown the same rosemary plant in a pot for the last three years. I bring inside each winter.

DIY Garden: herbs for styles of gardens from medicinal gardens to fairy gardens to dyers gardens