Basil not only tastes great but is also a fantastic looking herb to grow in the garden, attracting butterflies and bees whilst keep hornworms away.
There are many types of garlic that grow well in a wide range of climates. This vegetable can be eaten raw or cooked as fresh or it can be dried and stored.
Mint is a common herb often described as invasive and a ‘thug’. A hardy, herbaceous perennial grows best in full sun and poor, moist soil.