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Can you please tell me what herbs are compatiable to grow together, this is my first time growing them. I have purchased Chives,Thyme,Oregano,Parsley,Mint,Garlic & Rosemary. I would appreciate the help as I have not got the greatest green thumb. Thank You

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Answer: Most herbs are compatible to grow together however there are a couple it is best to keep separate. Mint grows very quickly and can invade a herb garden. It also prefers a moist environment so you may prefer to plant it in a pot. Rosemary may also be planted separately as is will become a large bush and live for many years. Chives, garlic, thyme, oregano and parlsey can be planted together.
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