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Joined: 4/23/2010
Location: Florida
Posts: 1
Posted: Apr/23/2010 9:28 PM PST

Cilantro is my favorite herb, but I have a hard time getting it to grow.

Sage is my second favorite. I love the smell!
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Joined: 3/28/2008
Location: Lancaster, SC
Posts: 16643
Posted: Apr/24/2010 1:51 AM PST

I am just the opposite. I can grow cilantro like crazy, but sage is difficult for me.
My cilantro has already gone to flower. It's getting hot here, so the cilantro season didn't last very long this year. It loves it cool. We go from winter to summer -- very little spring!


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Joined: 8/18/2007
Location: Omaha
Posts: 330
Posted: Apr/24/2010 11:44 AM PST

My cilantro did so well last year, I had a hard time keeping up with it. It was my first time trying it fresh, and I decided I didn't like it, so I used it for "Plant a Row for the Hungry."
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Joined: 2/09/2008
Location: Southeast Pennsylvania
Posts: 24
Posted: Jul/11/2010 9:32 AM PST

I have to go with fresh Italian Rosemary, Greek Oregano a close second.
Joined: 7/21/2010
Location: Perth
Posts: 4
Posted: Jul/21/2010 8:17 PM PST

My favourite is the lovely lavender.....beautiful aromatic herb now being used extensively in health & well-being as well as in cooking both sweet and savoury.
I also love rosemary, mint, oregano.....the list goes on eh??!!
Patricia Perth Australia
all things lavender
Joined: 4/12/2011
Location: Boston
Posts: 24
Posted: May/16/2011 10:09 PM PST

I love my Thime. I use it all the time for fragrance and cooking, I also like mint, Basil, garlic,rosemary . You can follow for more infarmation.
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