Many herbs are perfectly suited for growing in containers and this type of gardening also has many advantages. Rainy weather can wreak havoc on herbs planted in the garden as they do not like to have “wet feet”.
Gladiolas are easy to grow plants that produce loads of colorful flowers with little care. Ranging in height from 3 to 5 feet, they are perfect for borders and also work well in large container plantings.
Growing herbs, whether inside or out, may be one of gardening’s most gratifying experiences. Because of their beauty and versatility, herbs may be grown amid vegetables, ornamentals, or in a garden dedicated strictly to their kind.