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well. Deer and rabbits absolutely despise rosemary which makes it a must have for the garden! It is one of the great workhorses of the herb garden and will grow to at least three feet wide and tall if it is used often and cared for properly. It is a major component in Mediterranean cuisine and enhances the flavor of everything it comes in contact with. It also lends itself well to container gardens and topiary applications.


n Sage can create a stunning focal point in the garden with its woody stems, interesting colors and variegated combi- nations. It will grow overly woody and lanky after the third year, which makes it an excellent candidate for the ever- changing container garden. Pineapple sage is particularly lovely when planted in combination with other herbs and flowers. A host of ornamental sages are also very useful in the landscape. It is most often used dried and rubbed between the fingers before storage – hence the name “rubbed sage”.


n Thyme and creeping thyme is a must have herb for the vegetable and flower garden. It lends itself well to use as a ground cover, spilling over the edge of pots, retaining walls and as a fragrant carpet down garden paths. Thyme is excellent when used as a cover for the “bare legs” and “knobby knees” of taller herbs, trees and plants. Thyme is also known for relieving muscle spasms.


The tangible and intangible benefits of adding herbs to your landscape—


The introduction of herbs to your kitchen garden, landscape or patio will add a whole new dimension to your landscape and your life in tangible and intangible ways. Moments spent with friends and family over memorable meals or with children or grandchildren, in the garden, will create memories that last. There is nothing quite so stimulating or relaxing as the scent of flowers and herbs as they co-mingle together. A garden filled with herbs is an oasis for the soul in a busy world. The addition of herbs to your garden will add precious time to your enjoyment in the garden, vitality to your life and zest to your palette. Why not begin adding brilliant color, texture and good taste to your garden today! H


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