These herbs thrive on your deck, fire escape, steps or balcony.
Spicy Bush basil has tiny leaves so no need to chop them up to use!
Cut and come again! The flowers of onion chives make a beautiful magenta herbal vinegar.
3) Vietnamese Coriander
If you love cilantro, try this low grower. Doesn’t bolt to seed like cilantro. Vietnamese coriander has a delightful spicy flavor.
If you like an upright plant, French or English thyme is your go-to thyme. Lemon thyme is a semi-upright thyme that trails nicely over container rims.
This piney tasting herb tolerates droughts. Barbecue rosemary makes a stunning upright specimen and its stems can be used as skewers.
Both Italian and Old Fashioned parsley will give you a long harvest. Cut from the outside in.
With its aggressive nature, definitely an herb for containers.
Spearmint has a more mild taste than peppermint.