First of all, check out the origin of a grass and the conditions of its growth at home. This is important, because the plant may die, not only because of low temperatures but because of your negligence. Some herbs require well-drained soil and can die from too much moisture as they need a lot of sun shine and fertile soil.
Keep in mind that most of the flowering plants can tolerate partial shading and adapt well to different types of soils, but they are less fertile and produce more leaves. So if you want to achieve flowering, e.g. sage, tarragon, rosemary, etc., plant them on well-drained substrates. For the rest of this group of plants need the same conditions as for the flowers.
Choose herbs that will fit garden design. For example, thyme, rosemary, garlic will be a wonderful decoration for the theme gardens. It is better to limit the place of its growth, so that it does not spread throughout the garden. Planning to grow perennial herbs with flowers, trees and shrubs, try to harmonize with the landscape in shape, size and color of the leaves.