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The TOP 12 plants for a blossoming vegetable garden

1 - Culinary herbs
Culinary herbs
  • Culinary herbs
  • Common borage
  • Blue giant hyssop
  • Wild bergamot
  • Garden nasturtium
  • Aztec marigold
  • Pot marigold
  • Bachelor’s button
  • Coneflower
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Garden cosmos
  • Clover

Encourage biodiversity in your vegetable garden! When you plant nectariferous flowers, you attract pollinators and help your fruit and vegetable plants: a win-win situation, for both insects and humans!

Perrenial Perennial
Edible flowers Edible flowers
Suitable for containers Suitable for containers

Our horticulturists’ picks:

1 Culinary herbs Some are perennials. Suitable for containers  Perrenial  Edible flowers

Let a few of your plants bloom: dill, basil, marjoram, mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme, etc.

2 Common borage Borago officinalis Suitable for containers  Edible flowers
3 Blue giant hyssop Agastache foeniculum Suitable for containers  Perrenial  Edible flowers
4 Wild bergamot Monarda fistulosa Suitable for containers  Perrenial  Edible flowers
5 Garden nasturtium Tropaeolum majus Suitable for containers  Edible flowers
6 Marigold Tagetes sp. Suitable for containers  Edible flowers
7 Pot marigold Calendula officinalis Suitable for containers  Edible flowers
8 Cornflower Centaurea cyanus Suitable for containers  Edible flowers
9 Coneflower Echinacea sp. Suitable for containers  Perrenial
10 Black-eyed Susan Rudbeckie sp. Suitable for containers  Perrenial

Some rubeckies are annuals or biennials.

11 Common cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Suitable for containers
12 White clover Trifolium repens Suitable for containers  Perrenial  Edible flowers

Note: Since a perennial does not overwinter well in a container,
it can be grown as an annual.

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