Herb Garden

Roselle or Tea Hibiscus

Roselle or Tea Hibiscus

In the Herb Garden, there are many herbs that have been used for centuries. There are four distinct beds displaying an impressive variety of uses for these plants (i.e., culinary, fragrance, medicinal, and tea). Some of the herbs planted here can be used in more than one garden because their uses overlap. And many are as beautiful as they are useful!

Common NameScientific Name
Bay LaurelLaurus nobilis
Chives, Onion & GarlicAllium shenoprasum & tuberosum
Cuban OreganoColeum amboinicus
Common SageSalvia officinalis
Lemon BalmMelissa officinalis
OreganoOriganum vulgare
RosemaryRosmarinus Officinales
Salad BurnetSanguisorba minor
Indigo Spires SalviaSalvia 'Indigo Spires'
SteviaStevia ribaudiana
Thai MintMentha arvensis thai
ThymeThymus
Winter SavorySatureja montana
ParsleyPetroselinum
Jerusalem SagePhlomis fruticosa
Mexican Mint MarigoldTagetes lucida
Turk's CapMalvaviscus arboreus
RoselleHibiscus sabdariffa
Anise HyssopAgastache foeniculum
Passion FlowerPassiflora incarnata
AloeAloe vera
ComfreySymphytum officinale
Bronze FennelFoeniculum vulgare var. purpureum
Lemon GrassCymbopogon citratus
Saint John's WortHypericum perforatum
Wall GermanderTeucrium
YarrowAchillea millefolium
ChamomileChamaemelum nobile
Toothache PlantSpilanthes acmella
Pineapple SageSalvia elegans
Roman MyrtleMyrtus communis
Sambac JasmineJasminum sambac
SouthernwoodArtemisia abrotanum
WormwoodArtemisia lucoviciana

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