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A herb garden is a garden specifically designed and used for the cultivation of cooking and/or medicinal herbs.
A '''herb garden''' is a [[garden]] specifically designed and used for the cultivation of [[cooking]] and/or medicinal [[herb]]s.


The herb garden may be purely functional or may be ornamental, sometimes as part of a landscaped design and containing boxes and raised beds.
The herb garden may be purely functional or may be ornamental, sometimes as part of a landscaped design and containing boxes and raised beds.


 
==History of herb gardens==
 
Herb growing became popular in [[Medieval Era|medieval]] times for their medicinal properties, and was particularly attached to [[monastery|monasteries]] and abbeys.
Herb growing became popular in medieval times for their medicinal properties, and was particularly attached to monasteries and abbeys.


Common herbs grown in gardens:
Common herbs grown in gardens:

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A herb garden is a garden specifically designed and used for the cultivation of cooking and/or medicinal herbs.

The herb garden may be purely functional or may be ornamental, sometimes as part of a landscaped design and containing boxes and raised beds.

History of herb gardens

Herb growing became popular in medieval times for their medicinal properties, and was particularly attached to monasteries and abbeys.

Common herbs grown in gardens: