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Growing and Using Herbs

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Lowe’s 10 regional gardening contributors highlight the best culinary herbs for your area of the country — and share growing tips.

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Midwest Gardening: Fresh Herbs Taste Like Summer

Every gardener should grow herbs. They thrive in hot Midwestern summers, love sun, need no pampering, and offer garden-fresh deliciousness.

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Desert Gardening: Tough Herbs for a Tough Climate

Grow resilient herbs that can stand up to desert conditions — then discover how to use them in the kitchen.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Five Tips for Growing Herbs

Learn our Gulf Coast garden contributor’s secrets for growing and harvesting a fabulous batch of herbs this year.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Drought-tolerant Herbs

Design a garden that doesn’t demand daily watering by using drought-tolerant herbs that thrive in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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Mountain Gardening: Herbs that Solve Common Gardening Problems

Culinary herbs make for delicious summer meals. But you also can use them as living mulch, ground covers, or as drought-tolerant plants for difficult conditions.

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Northeast Gardening: Getting the Most Out of Herbs

They’re easy to grow and also help make your cooking stand out. Better yet, you can save oodles of money by growing your own herbs.

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Northwest Gardening: The Thyme Lawn

Low-growing thyme makes a fragrant alternative to lawn grass. Here are some tips for planting a drought-tolerant lawn of thyme.

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Southeast Gardening: Must-have Culinary Herbs

Learn about some great culinary herbs that also look good in Southeast region gardens. Most are drought-tolerant to boot!

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South Central Gardening: Try These Herbs in Your Garden

These culinary herbs can help take your kitchen creations to new heights. And they’re easy to raise in Texas and Oklahoma gardens.

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Southern California Gardening: Grow Some Versatile Herbs

Growing your own herbs means you can have a fresh supply of tasty ingredients whenever you want.

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