20 Best Edible Perennial Herbs To Grow In Your Garden

by Marry Dell

    To create flavor, eye-catching dishes, we can not help having the help of herbs. It can be a dish, a glass of lemonade, a cocktail, or a cup of tea and they will become more wonderful. However, no the herbs are always ready to add at any time. Of course, if you want to extra into your favorite dish, you will have to plan ahead and buy them in the supermarket. But don’t worry, you absolutely can plant them in your garden. And that is the reason why a collection of 20 Best Edible Perennial Herbs To Grow In Your Garden here.

    These perennial herbs are easy to plant, and they come back after every spring. Therefore, you will have your own green garden. Most herbs are full sun perennials so they need to get enough sunlight and regular watering, especially when the summer sun appears. Are you ready to check them with us! Get start!!!!

    #1 Creeping Thyme

    This herb is a fast grower with teeny leaves and has purple pink flowers. It can thrive on poor soil.

    #2 Lovage

    Using fresh leaves of this old-fashioned herb for a light celery flavor in casseroles, soups, potato dishes, and poultry dressing.

    #3 Oregano

    This oregano is hardy, spreads fast, and has little purple-ish flowers that last for weeks to attract pollinators. Serve it in tomato sauce, soups, and pizza.

    #4 Parsley

    Use parsley it in salads, soups, sauces, and potato dishes that will have your dishes have more flavor.

    #5 Lemon Verbena

    This herb is a tropical plant so it can survives only mild winter. It has glossy leaves and small white flowers that bloom from mid- to late summer. The strong lemon scent is perfect taste to add in iced tea, or use it for potpourri.

    #6 Sweet Marjoram

    This marjoram has rounded leaves and teeny flowers. It prefers sandy soil, but it has zero tolerance for a frost. It only suitable for growing in warm climates, or treat as an annual in cold regions of the country. Using it to add in poultry dishes, soups, and potatoes.

    #7 Lemon Balm

    This herb has rounded leaves, almost heart-shaped and small white flowers. It has a very pleasant scent. Use leaves for a mild citrusy flavor in fruit salads or herb butters.

    #8 Fennel

    This herb you can use leaves or dry seeds to serve in pasta dishes or sausage for a mild licorice flavor.

    #9 Sage

    Sage is slightly soft and fuzzy. It can be pale green, tricolor, purple, or variegated. Using as an aromatic to stuff poultry or to season pork dishes. You can also lightly fry whole leaves to top dishes (such as pumpkin ravioli).

    #10 Mint

    Add a sprig to lemonade, or chop and toss with your fried potato. It will be more attractive! Moreover, mint is one of those plants that naturally repels mosquitoes.

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