Herbal remedies for your garden

The mouth-watering display at Chelsea this year was enough to inspire even the most reluctant gardener to invest in a herb plot.

3rd June, 2006

The mouth-watering display at Chelsea this year was enough to inspire even the most reluctant gardener to invest in a herb plot. Herbs look good, smell good, taste good, are easy to grow and most are minimum maintenance.

You’ll find one to suit every situation and, looking around this morning, I realised they were gradually taking over my garden.

The best herb gardens are a mix of ornamentals and edibles but, of course,...

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