first_imgIf you want to grow an herb garden, try culinary herbs first, says Wayne McLaurin, an Extension Service horticulturist with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.These herbs will delight you on your dinner plate and in your garden, McLaurin says. Many can be grown easily, with only moderate care, in most of Georgia.A good Georgia list, he says, includes basil, mint, parsley, dill, lemon balm, thyme, oregano, chives, marjoram, sage and fennel. Dill is one of those easy-to-grow culinary herbs that delights in many ways. Photo: WayneMcLaurinlast_img

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