Six of the best herbs to grow in winter
Many hardy herbs still thrive in the cooler months. These are six winter superstars.
If there’s one group of plants that every garden should have, it’s herbs. That’s the advice from horticulturist Jane Edmanson, who has presented garden advice on the ABC’s Gardening Australia program for 30 years.
“Herbs are one of the best plants for beginners because they rarely fail or have pest problems and they look good,” Jane says. “Herbs are also great to squeeze in between other plants or keep in a pot. Every garden should have two or three just for the fragrance, I reckon.”
But which are the best herbs to grow in winter? Here's Jane Canaway's guide to six of the hardiest.
Rosemary is excellent with lamb, potatoes, chicken and soups.