To the left of the sage is a big Oregano plant that I've had for a few years. Right now it's more underneath the sage, though. :P Once the flowers on the sage die, I'll be cutting several of the branches. To the left of the oregano is basil (not pictured).
Off to the right of the sage is rosemary. I really don't feel like it's truly "mine" since I have to buy a new plant every year.
All the way to the right are several little savory plants. They're all babies right now. :) To the left of the savory is parsley, but it's currently going to seed and isn't very pretty. :P
In the back is orange mint. A very hardy little plant. Se how these branches are growing up between some bricks? :P~*~
Overshadowed by the sage on the right side is marjoram. A little behind it is lemon balm (not pictured). Also in this area are several tiny dill, feverfew, and horehound plants.
All the way on the left is chocolate mint. It smells wonderful! :)~*~*~
In a small area to the right where we just dug up a 40+ year old rose bush that died over the winter are a few of my herbs that will grow into large plants.
Thyme. It's very hard to get a good-looking picture of this one. :P
Lavender. This plant is 3 or 4 years old. It's slowly getting bigger. I also have English Lavender in an area at the front of the house. It's new this year.~*~
Russian Sage. Probably my most prized plant. I love it! It gets tiny pale purple flowers on it later in the summer.
To the right of that one is another area...
Chamomile. One of the easiest to harvest from. :)
Parsley. We use lots of it, mostly in salads.
More oregano, taken from the plant in area one.~*~
Watercress. Great in salads. It tastes kinda like radishes.~*~*~
Also in the back yard is tons of mint in several places.
And chives in two places. Mom likes it in the garden to attract the bees.
In the front I have a small area with rocks around it. One of my huge sage plants is there, as well as one of my stevia plants (I couldn't get a good picture of that yet). I also have a big ground cover between all of the plants that has pretty purple flowers on it in the early spring. Also there are:
Germander. It has tiny purple flowers later in the season. Notice that the majority of herbs have purple flowers...:P
My biggest marjoram plant. Marjoram's an odd one...it's flowers are white. :)
Lemon Balm. My biggest (the sage here doesn't get in it's way). It has a sweet lemon taste and scent.