By Barbara Segall
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Good preparation includes weeding, digging and, if necessary, enriching the soil, as well as improving its drainage. Now is also the time to start a compost heap, so that at the end of autumn you will have your own herbal compost ready to add to the soil. If a new herb site is to be cut out of an area under lawn, wait until after the last snow or frost before you clear the turf and begin preparing the ground. As a general rule, it is more practical to start from scratch in autumn. Once the ground is prepared, begin to put in place the permanent framework of the herb garden you have planned on paper.
It is often used as an informal edging plant. type Hardy, evergreen, shrubby perennial flowers Small pink to white flowers in late summer to autumn leaves Small, pointed light green leaves height Up to 40cm (16in) spread Up to 45cm (18in) planting Plant out in spring. Grows well in containers indoors position Prefers full sun soil Well-drained, slightly alkaline and coarse soil care Cut sprawling stems back in spring. Give winter protection if in a damp and shady position propagation Sow seed onto soil surface in spring.
Then measure the second, third and fourth sides, using a set square or builder’s square to make perfect right angles where each side meets. Lay a straight-edged batten on the ground to act as a cutting guide. If you have an alternative use for the turf, use an edging tool to mark it into even sections to a depth of 5cm (2in). Then use a spade to lift each section and remove it carefully. Store in shade and re-lay it into a new site within 24 hours, before it dries out. If you don’t wish to re-use the turf elsewhere, you can incorporate it into the new herb site.