Welcome these gray and green herbs to your garden, and flavor is sure to follow.
The Mediterranean-style garden is a contrast to the look of lush cottage gardens. Picture an arid chaparral in California, or what commonly is known throughout the Mediterranean region by the French term maquis, and as macchia in Italy and matorral in Spain.
The Mediterranean herb garden is a natural for inclines or sloped sites.
When moving your herbs into a new container, prune the bottom roots before re-potting. Click "next" for the next step.
After pruning the bottom roots, fill your pot with the aggregate mix or with Mediterranean meal mix. Click "next" for the next step.
After filling your pot with Mediterranean meal mix, tap the pot to loosely settle the soil. Don’t pack the soil mix around the plant.