Everyone knows this all-star of the herb garden. Preferring dryer climates, plant this earlier in the season in a pot or planter so that you can control the moisture content of its soil. While a perennial plant in its native regions, in Southeast it’s very unlikely to come back so we recommend growing it and harvesting it throughout the season and then as the fall comes on, harvest its entirety to enjoy for the winter. Its famous fragrance will fill your room and flavor your teas and desserts.

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