herbs containers - Some herbs thrive in self-watering containers because they like a constant level of moisture. Plants like chives, parsley, marjoram and mint would be good candidates for growing in self-watering pots. Other herbs, like oregano, thyme, rosemary, and basil prefer to dry out between watering so wouldn’t be good candidates for self-watering containers.
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Herbed Polenta Fries with Mushroom & Artichoke Fricassée
Origanum dictamnus A drought-tolerant, prostrate or mound-forming shrubby herb that will not stand excessive wet. Use the aromatic woolly leaves of hop marjoram as a dried seasoning mixed with parsley, thyme, and garlic. The flowering tips make a calming tea. Height: 6 inches Spread: 8 inches Hardiness: Plants that survive outside in mild regions or sheltered sites Soil Preference: Well-drained soil Sun or Shade: Full sun