Having fresh herbs at your doorstep saves money and adds flavour and diversity to your cooking, and Penny Woodward has some tips to get you started.
Betony flowers provide nectar for bees, butterflies and beneficial insects explains Penny Woodward
Spicy, fragrant, warming. This little-known herb is perfect for cool weather meals, writes Penny Woodward.
Sweet cecily and summer savory are just two flavourful culinary herbs you can easily grow in your own garden.
Most herbs are perfect for spring planting says Penny Woodward but its a bit early for basil.
This tree grew when the dinosaurs roamed the earth says Penny Woodward.
Cucumbery salad leaf and a cure for a drunkard's thirst, what more could you want? Penny Woodward asks.
In medieval times, Penny Woodward explains, heartsease was used in love potions.
Flowers provide bright splashes of colour for many months says Penny Woodward
Choose your spot carefully suggests Penny Woodward, before planting angelica.