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OAOnline.com – When your summer gardening comes to an end, it’s a good time to plant some herbs for your vacation kitchen. Nothing beats stepping out the back door and picking fresh herbs. Parsley, rosemary, sage, oregano, coriander, and chives are great additions to dishes for fall. Lavender and mint, as well as teas and essential oils, can be used in cooking.
Each of these grows well in pots. In fact, mint should definitely be grown in a pot because it is so invasive. Mint spreads by the roots, and when you plant it in a flower bed or garden, it quickly takes over where you plant and all around it. They will dig and pull roots for years to come.
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