Basil is a popular culinary herb known for its vibrant aroma and flavor. It thrives in warm weather and can be planted in June for a bountiful harvest throughout the summer.
Cilantro, also known as coriander, is a versatile herb used in various cuisines. It prefers cooler temperatures, so planting it in June allows it to grow before the intense summer heat.
Dill is an aromatic herb commonly used for flavoring pickles, seafood, and sauces. It is a fast-growing herb that can be sown directly in the garden in June.
Chives are a hardy herb with a mild onion flavor. They can be planted in June, and their delicate purple flowers add beauty to the garden.
Parsley is a biennial herb with flat or curly leaves. It is a versatile herb used for both culinary and garnishing purposes, and planting it in June ensures a continuous supply throughout the growing season.
Oregano is a perennial herb that thrives in warm climates. Planting it in June allows it to establish a strong root system before the onset of winter.
Sage is a hardy perennial herb with a distinct earthy flavor. Planting it in June gives it time to establish strong roots and ensures a healthy plant for years to come.
Thyme is a versatile herb used in both culinary and medicinal applications. It prefers warm and sunny conditions, making June an ideal time to plant it.