Laurus nobilis is the botanical name for the European species of laurel.
I have used fennel as filler with all sorts of flowers and have come up with some really fun arrangements!
Modern researchers have confirmed that caraway oil has a mild antispasmodic effect in addition to its culinary appeal.
Mint grows so well in the ground that it is difficult to grow just a little of it.
Often called moss rose, this succulent was first introduced from South America to European gardens in the early 1700’s.
The nasturtium (Tropaeolum minor) was first found growing in Mexico and Peru and introduced to England in 1574.
Chives are rampant self seeders, and if they are not dead headed they will produce far too many new plants.
Common garden sage, Salvia officinalis, is a staple in the herb garden and a plant for all seasons.