With careful planning, it is easy to have an herb garden that caused a little bit of work. With careful planning, it is easy to have an herb garden that caused a little bit of work. Suitable growing staud-herbs, which quickly cover the ground and protect him from unwanted by herb are strong. Mints are suitable particularly well, because they meet exactly the desired criteria and are also good pruning. Several times in the year you can be harvesting be and grow lush back. Moroccan Mint is one of the aromatic varieties and is suitable both for delicious teas, as well as in spicy stews or pasta sauces. Another important detail are the ways of the herb garden.
To reap his herbs even with rain, dry feet, is a fixture of the ground advantage. It must not always be paved. Also ways of gravel, shredded or crushed stone fulfil their purpose. The beds should be so big that you can comfortably get on all plants. Stepping stones are in the bed useful and can be very decorative. When selecting plants the higher should back and before that, so that no one will be afflicted and sufficiently all get the lower light.
Like Thymianen, one could give even a private bed lower herbs. These sun-loving dwarf shrubs is also well suited to grow in wide Panel joints. Bergamot thyme is most suitable for this and it also not bad it takes one if it occasionally occurs to him. Its aroma is very refreshing in addition in tea blends to yummy citrus fruit. To obtain a balanced picture in the winter months, putting staud-herbs in addition to those who keep their leaves in the winter. Melissa, fennel and Lauche move in November and cast out again in the spring. Mediterranean dwarf shrubs such as Sage, lavender and hyssop carry their leaves throughout the year. Choosing variegated varieties, such as for example gold Sage, it has colorful splashes of color in the herb bed except the single green even in the cold season. Thus the herbs thrive, attached is a compost gift in spring. Also a liming is well tolerated. Mediterranean herbs not to heavily consider with fertilization, since the strong aromatic essential oils are rather in poor soil. Staud-herbs can tolerate a second fertilization with Hornspanen or other organic fertilizer, however, certainly in the summer.