Have herbs, will (not) travel
What I meant to say was: I had all of these herbs, until I transplanted them to a new pot. I thought they would look smashing nestled all together in this brand new terra-cotta pot -- at least until I could move them to their final destination outdoors.
The marjoram and Thai basil settled into their new digs immediately -- clearly the adaptable ones -- but that wasn't the case for the rest. I lost about half the tarragon and calendula. And almost all the summer savory bit the dust within 24 hours. Lesson learned by novice gardener: Some herbs don't travel well. Sow them in a permanent location from the start.