Which Herbs to Grow? The Ones You Use By Dan Gill • Nov 16, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email Fall is a really good time to plant seeds or transplants of cool season herbs, including annuals like dill and cilantro, and perennials like mint, rosemary, and lavender. Listen Listening... / Copyright 2013 WRKF-FM. To see more, visit http://www.wrkf.org. Related Program: Latest NewsTags: home & garden Related Content Fall is for Planting Trees and Shrubs 2 years ago Warm Season Bedding Plants Look Terrible in Winter 2 years ago Nurseries and Catalogs Full of Spring-Flowering Bulbs 2 years ago Drift Roses Named Lousiana Superplants for Fall 2 years ago View the discussion thread.