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Welcome to Part Two of our guide to your own personal kitchen herb garden! Here are four more herbs that are easy to grow, and easy to use in your own cooking. Check out Part One
for more herbs, along with some basic tips on growing and harvesting herbs.
Mint is another hardy herb, to the point that it’s even a weed in some areas. In fact, it might creep farther than you want it to and choke out other plants, so either give it a good border, or trim it back regularly. Mint germinates best without a soil covering, so just drop it on the soil and let it grow. Mint likes a mix of sun and shade, and needs nice, moist soil.