Creating a herb spiral in your own garden is not difficult. Planting a herb spiral is a pleasure. A quick picture search on one of the search engines already provides some design ideas. If you like it a little "wilder", opt for a spiral made of loosely stacked stones. The walls of a spiral designed in this way offer enough shelter for insects and small animals. If you want something more accurate, the spiral can also be built from neatly stacked bricks. There are almost no limits to the design options.
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What options are there to plant the herb spiral?
The great advantage of planting a herb spiral is the availability of different climate zones in a small space. Mediterranean herbs in particular feel good at the tip of the herb snail. Thyme, salbie, oregano, rosemary and marjoram love the place in the sun. Lemon balm, fennel, coriander and nasturtiums are suitable for the middle range. The lower end of the herb snail should be reserved for moisture-loving, local herbs: chives, parsley and dill, for example, are herbs that are in good hands there.
The small caves between the stones can also be planted with herbs.
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