There is no greater satisfaction than when you can add a wealth of aroma and taste to a cooked meal freshly picked, fresh spices. If you know which herbs you can plant together, you do not need countless pots, but one or two pots to have an abundance of different medicinal aromas and a full harvest at all times.
This is because these plants enjoy side by side because they do they feed each other by exchanging important nutrients and thus providing better and healthier growth and more abundant harvesting.
The main rule when planting any herbs or vegetables together is to make sure they have everything in common, including the need for sun, the same kind of land, the need for watering. Another thing to consider is plant height. For example, fennel grows quite high and would look ridiculous if planted next to a small plant such as mint.
Plants such as rosemary, thyme and sage love fairly dry soil, while basil and parsley prefer a little more moisture.
You always have to plant one plant alone, which it is nana. She loves to dominate, she is very aggressive and invasive and take for yourself the whole pot.
Below is suggestion of herbs and herbs that you can plant together, taking all of the above into account. We will divide them into two groups. Of course, within one group you can choose two, three or all types.
Other spices that can be planted together: