30 Herbs Growing in My Zone 6 Garden and Their Uses!

30 Herbs Growing in My Zone 6 Garden and Their Uses!

This video showcases 30 herbs that I grow in my zone 6 Utah garden. I go over how I grow them and what I use them for. Here is a list of the herbs I am growing:
Ginger, Chocolate Mint, Spearmint, Winter Savory, Bergartten Sage, Oregano, Lambs Ears, Purple Sage, Yarrow, Calendula, Stevia, Rosemary, Salad Burnette, Chives, Dill, Purslane, Thyme, Basil, African Blue Basil, Tarragon, Marjoram, Parsley, Echinacea, Lemon Balm, Garlic, Lovage, Coriander, Bee Balm, Lavender and Vitex Agnus Castus.

Here are some of the video’s I have made in the past showing how to grow some of my herbs:
Vitex Agnus Castus https://youtu.be/q1hpmLxXYoo
Stevia https://youtu.be/aqng96Nn9G4
Rosmary https://youtu.be/cRAXl-RN7yY
Sage https://youtu.be/gmGuLwaY15w
Lovage https://youtu.be/1WE8hKKw6XM
Winter Savory https://youtu.be/lVKmFfqG4l4
Lavender https://youtu.be/gchcCHMRG3U
Salad Burnette https://youtu.be/xE9IifIHiaM
Coriander https://youtu.be/NofsrNvBuOE

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4 Comments

  1. Ryan Harvey on November 6, 2021 at 10:42 am

    Tarragon has beautiful flowers! I just added some to my garden this spring, so no advice on overwintering yet, but it’s a beautiful plant and I like the smell! Thanks for this awesome video! I’ve learned a lot more about mature sizes of my herbs. I’m also in Utah so it’s nice to see someone in the same area.

  2. S Runyon on November 6, 2021 at 10:43 am

    Thank you. Loved watching this. Parsley, dill etc are hosts for black swallowtail butterflies which we don’t have in the West – sadly. Our swallowtails like chokecherries and ash trees. Slowly sipping thyme tea is the BEST thing for a sore throat. Thyme was used as a medicinal germ killer during the Crimean war – Florence Nightingale days.

  3. Elizabeth Riggs on November 6, 2021 at 10:51 am

    Chocolate mint… m’mmm

  4. Terri Stauffer on November 6, 2021 at 11:40 am

    Love that you plant mint/lemon balm right right into ground. I feel it grows so much better in ground. I like your tip for keeping it contained. I also just planted garlic around my fruit trees, after I got a borer in one of my 2 yr old peach trees, it’s young so not sure if it will make it. I don’t want to spray so we will see what happens, your tree looks good and gives me hope.

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