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Coriander / Cilantro

Coriandrum sativum Cilantro is a garden herb with a very unique scent and flavor. Because of this pungent quality, cilantro is either loved or hated. The leaves are a well known salsa ingredient. The dried seedpod is called coriander. About This Plant Coriandrum sativum goes by many names:...
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Thyme

The thyme group of herbs is aromatic, versatile, and plentiful — over fifty varieties are judged beneficial for culinary or garden uses. About This Plant The thyme most often used in cooking is known as English thyme. Like the other thymes, it has woody stems with small oval...
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Parsley

Parsley deserves recognition for more than its role as a garnish or in the occasional parsley potatoes: It is rich in iron and vitamins A and C and is a good breath freshener. About This Plant Curly leaf parsley is the most common type because it makes such...
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Marjoram

A close relative of oregano, marjoram is very popular herb and is used in casseroles, stuffings, and sauces. Sweet marjoram is a tender perennial that rarely survives even mild winters, so seeds or cuttings must be started each year. About This Plant Marjoram will grow in an upright...
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Sage

There are numerous types of sage, although just a few are considered culinary herbs. A classic herb for stuffing, sage is also used in salads as well as meat and poultry dishes. Common sage is a handsome perennial shrub with downy, gray-green foliage. About This Plant Common sage...
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French Tarragon

French tarragon is an essential herb for many cooks. It is frequently used in salads and sauces, as well as chicken dishes. It can also be used to flavor oils and vinegars. About This Plant Be cautious when purchasing tarragon. French tarragon is often confused with Russian tarragon,...
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