Here are ten kitchen herbs to grow this year for cooking with, for their health benefits, and because they smell amazing!
Basil is an amazingly versatile herb that can be used for just about anything, from pesto to sauces or even frozen desserts like watermelon sorbet.
Chives have a mild onion flavor that goes great with soups and vegetable dishes.
Growing mint indoors is actually a better option overall because mint tends to run wild and take up the whole garden.
Oregano has a strong but appealing flavor, so a little goes a long way.
Sage is an aromatic herb that has a bitter taste that pairs best with dairy.
Rosemary is a highly aromatic herb that has wood-like stems and short pine-like needles. This herb can be used by itself as an air freshener or used to enhance the flavor of meats like lamb, pork, and chicken.