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Planting an herb garden is easy. Herbs heal medical conditions, flavor savory dishes, and offer many aromatherapy benefits. Start your herb garden with rosemary, oregano, sage and other powerful herbs. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodPlanting a Container Herb Garden (KIDS PROJECT)“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningBeginners’ Gardening Tips : How to Build an Indoor Herb GardenBeginners Vegetable Gardening : Garden Seed Planting GuidePlanting a Vegetable Garden For Beginners

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  • Clark Petrie 10 months ago

    Love your video, Nicole. Tell me, do you have a list of the best herbs that you actually use most often? In other words, how do you decide what ratios to plant? I'm sure I'd use basil with my garden tomatoes dozens of times more often than I'd use an herb like, say, lemongrass, coriander or lavender. I might experiment with a few exotics but I wouldn't want to waste space that I could have used for more popular and useful herbs like oregano or cilantro. What do you think are the basic twelve for a home herb garden?

  • Crystal Brown 10 months ago

    her enthusiasm is contagious. i love it, she is so passionate about her garden.

  • Gardening For Everyone 10 months ago

    Thank you for the education! It just goes to show that herbs aren't just for cooking, they have many beneficial uses too!

  • franzb69 10 months ago

    you mean sweet marjoram

  • Rj wije 10 months ago

    How much is that fungal ointment and where is the link?

  • Shayna Mitchell 10 months ago

    how often do you water them? more then once a day?

  • Toy Guru 10 months ago

    Your Oregano and rosemary are perennials

  • Steve Phillips 10 months ago

    But I thought front side was better for Mr Sage

  • Tyrd Ferguson 10 months ago

    I feel like this was filmed in front of a live audience

  • Rehdman6444 10 months ago

    What soil mix would you suggest for herbs?

  • Dionna Brockington 10 months ago

    Hello Nicole Heart my name is Dee, and I enjoyed watching your tutorial on planting a herb garden, thinking hard about doing my own garden but in Florida where I live the sun can get aggressively hot and scorching and in afraid that it will damage my herbs, there's not much shade in my back yard. Any advice you can offer that will be helpful?

  • Joseph Lynn 10 months ago

    you are awesome

  • Joseph Lynn 10 months ago

    you are awesome

  • andreia 10 months ago

    Hi Nicole, thanks for the video, please, what's the name of the third herb you planted in the container? I understood sweet marigold?

  • Ojama Akagwu 10 months ago

    LOL  @ 5.43 wasnt expecting to see toes..

  • dre313dog 10 months ago

    Thank-You! This was an excellent tutorial, I don't have a green thumb and trying to help my mother establish hers. Thanks again.

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  • Darkfalz 10 months ago

    I'm transplanting my herbs to whiskey barrels from their own small raised bed. I just threw everything in original with no attention to how things grow up/sprawl plus what's a perennial or not. I will need to plan more this time to put the taller things at the back!

  • Monique Smith 10 months ago

    Love your video. I am a beginner, and I have started growing some herbs and vegetables. I can't wait to harvest them.

  • Carmen Shrimplin 10 months ago

    great video, thankyou for sharing