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Stepping outside to snip off a little coriander for dinner: it’s one of the simple joys of life. With the diverse cuisines filling our tables in Australia, a variety of herbs is a must-have for anyone wishing to create beautiful meals at home. Growing your own herbs is also a fantastic way to start a home garden, save money on the weekly grocery bill and ensure you get the best-quality ingredients for your health.


Our love affair with herbs began back in the Middle Ages, when the various flavours and aromas helped to preserve meats as well as cover up the rotting taste of meals that couldn’t be refrigerated. Herbs also helped cover other smells, too: as ancient deodorants of sorts, they helped mask the odours of people who didn’t

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