Prepare for flavorful herbs in your garden while it’s still cold outside. We recommend planting cilantro, parsley, and chives.
Photo: Ralph Anderson
All parts of this herb are edible. An established plant sends up new leaves in early spring and blooms before summer’s onset. After flowering, cut the plant back. Water regularly for new growth.
Like parsley, you can transplant the herb to the garden when weather grows hot; just make sure to maintain the light conditions and ensure the soil drains.