How to Get Started: Start as a seed, indoors in early Spring (now would be a great time!) As soon as the last frost passes, transplant your sprouts in the sunniest patch of your garden. This plant blooms twice yearly, once in spring, and once in fall. Spring buds should be trimmed, fall buds should be left to provide plants with winter protection.

When to Harvest: This should be ready to harvest in mid-summer.

What to Plant It With: Plant with tomato, garden asparagus, basil, carrots, and celery.

Check out my other herb gardening tips and tricks from Bees and Roses:

How to Dry Your Homegrown Herbs

12 Ways to Build an Indoor Herb Garden

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