I have been gardening for years mostly outside and I seem to be able to raise fickle plants in situations they shouldn't be able to grow very well (full sun plants in part shade, dry plants in swampy area's) Somehow I always have luck ASIDE from the mythical herbs. For some reason every year when I plant herbs they die. I give them water, I refrain from water, I give them basic top soil, potting mix, fertilizers, leave them, hoover over them and yet they always die. This year I have decided to buy a little greenhouse and grow my herbs in pots to see if it's my soil that disagrees with them. I recently got some seeds for chive, basil, and parsley in little starter pots and am going to get around 20+ herbs by the end both for cooking and medicine. Among just growing herbs I am going to do the standard herbs in the pots from seedlings, mason jar herbs (recently just saw this idea and loved it for indoors in the kitchen) and the living herb wall (this look so amazing). I might try some other random little cool micro herbal gardens since I want to make something I can bring indoors for the winter. I just hope this project doesn't end with a lot more dead herbs turning crispy and sad on me. 4th year is the charm?