This reference guide was written for the professional landscaper or serious gardener who wishes to broaden his or her ornamental spectrum to include landscaping herbs. Ninety-four herbs are listed, each with a line drawing and details on culture, blossoms, foliage, propagation, and landscape uses. There is also a special section with more than 130 color photos.
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angelica Anise annual in Zones Apiaceae Asteraceae attractive basil blooms blos blossoms appear chives clusters color plate comfrey container plantings cultivars Culture dark green disease resistant drained soil drought tolerant eighteen inches Feverfew flower flowerstalk Foliage and Stem foot fragrance full sun garden garlic chives geranium German chamomile green foliage groundcover grown grows best grows to eighteen grows to three hardy to Zone herb plant hyssop inch long inch wide insect and disease Johnswort Lamiaceae Landscape late summer lavender lemon Lemon balm light shade lungwort moist narrow oregano Origanum parsley perennial in Zones pink blossoms powdery mildew purple ray florets RELATED HERBS reseeds Roman chamomile rose rugosa sage Salad burnet Salvia officinalis season seed propagated soil in full soms spikes summer blossoms sun or light Sunflower Family Zones Sweet taproot three feet thyme transplants upright well-drained soil white blossoms wild ginger Winter protection winter savory yellow blossoms