If you're like me, you love to cook with fresh herbs, but buying them at the supermarket is often cost prohibitive. The good news is that there are many herbs you can grow in your Minnesota garden! Interspersed with flowers or veggies, herbs can add texture, interest and aroma to your garden. Herbs aren't limited to kitchen use, they can also be used as pesticides, dyes, potpourri and medicinally. Which herbs should you grow in your garden, and how should you use them?
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