Garden Herbs List

The Herbal Directory


An organized A-Z directory of herbs and herbal related articles for quick access. Each section of this directory is broken up into subdirectories to make it easier for you to find the herb you are looking for. The articles related to each herb includes usage, how to guides, tips and tricks and other useful information that can help.

The directory includes a garden herbs list of the most commonly known herbs and some uncommon varieties you may just be hearing for the first time. Most are used in either Culinary or medicinal purpose.

The directory is being updated all the time with new articles and herb varieties. If you have special requests for information or guides to growing please reach out on the site, contact form. I will get the information you need as quickly as possible.

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Herbs A- E

Includes such herbs as – Aloe, angelica, anise, bay laurel,  basil, bergamot, black cohosh, borage, burnet, calendula, caraway, cardamom, cassia, catnip, cayenne pepper, chamomile, chervil, chicory, chili pepper, chives, cicely, cilantro, coriander, costmary, cumin, dill, and echinacea

Herbs F-J

Includes such herbs as – Fennel, fenugreek, feverfew, garlic, ginger, ginseng, goji, green tea, hibiscus, horseradish, hyssop, holy basil, hyacinth, and juniper


Herbs K- O

Includes such herbs as – Lavender, lemon balm, lemon grass, lemon verbena, lily of the valley, lovage, marjoram, mint, mullein, onion, and oregano


Herbs P- T

Includes such herbs as – Parsley, passion flower, primrose, rosemary, rue, saffron, sage, savory, saw palmetto, sorrel, spearmint, star anise, starfruit, tamarind, tarragon, thyme, turmeric

Herbs U- Z

Includes such herbs as – Valerian, vanilla, verbena, wasabi, watercress, wintergreen, yarrow, and Yerba Buena


by | Jan 29, 2018

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