Monday, June 1, 2015

How to Grow Herbs in Minnesota

We have a very cool climate, which needs to be taken into account when growing most vegetables and especially herbs.

Basil and Stevia are especially sensitive to cold. Don't plant them out until after June 1st.

Mint, rosemary, chives, and thyme are very frost hardy and even perennial in Zone 4. They will benefit from some protection and you will be rewarded by additional production.

Here are some links to other growing tips and hints on our web site:

Jenna's Herbs

How to Grow Cilantro in Minnesota

How to Plant Herbs in Minnesota

Maximize Rosemary ProductionHow to Grow Rosemary in Minnesota

How to Grow Chocolate Mint & Mint in Minnesota

How to Care for Herbs in Minnesota

Petersen's Philosophy on Growing Herbs

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