One of the best ways toward making the most of your grill is to make use of (a lot of) high-quality herbs. But the ones you buy in the grocery store don't always cut it — they're often old, starting to dry, or insanely expensive. Of all the vegetables you buy in the store, herbs are the one you should grow.
First, they're easy to grow and most are perennial, meaning they come back year after year. For those who have a small plot or live in a place with harsh winters, they're also good candidates for growing in pots. And many herbs, like basil, are good companion plants to the rest of the garden, improving the flavor of other vegetables. Get started with these four herbs that are among the easiest to grow and most used on the grill.