3 New Herbs Growing and Planting Tips

Rain day weekend means planting and shopping at local garden centers. Join me at my potting table back in the raised bed garden as I share some 3 New Herbs Growing and Planting Tips. Video with details on this post.

3 New Herbs Growing and Planting Tips

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Spring is finally here and we are out in the garden today planting a few of the new plants.  Have you been to the garden centers in your area yet this year?  Wait until you see what I picked up and how I plant it.  You’ll want to head out and grab these new herbs for your home garden.

This video is on my Bren Haas Channel upload at YouTube.

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Herb Planting Tips

Here are a few tips about the plants featured in today’s video post.

  • Pineapple Sage: This small plant in the Spring will grow to be over 3 feet tall later in the summer season.  This is a great plant for dry locations in your garden or a great sunny spot that needs some color.  Another really great thing about this plant is you can dry the leaves to enjoy in tea later in the year.
  • Oregano Hot and Spicy: This is a fun herb to grow in the summer to add to your Mexican cuisine.  This herb has a spicy flavor like the heat of a mild chile pepper.
  • Orange Mint: Do not plant in the ground!  Always plant mint in a container or it will spread like crazy in your landscape.  The Orange mint variety will be an awesome addition to infused water.
Kink Kitty in the Garden

Kink Kitty is ready to get planting! 

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