A must for the herb garden because of its colour and flavour. Golden leaves with dark-green splashes provide contrast in the garden year round. Grow somewhere sunny and don't over water as the flavour is best when it is grown `hard'.
Plant in full sun in a well-drained soil, raised garden bed or pot. Mulch with aged compost in autumn. Water regularly during establishment, then only as required. Prune after flowering and replace every three years to replenish your harvest.