I finished mine up on Monday. The chives and the mint came back from last year. The mint is planted in a separate pot embedded in the larger pot because of it's tendency to overtake wherever it's planted. I picked up some sweet basil, rosemary and parsley at Country Peddler on Monday morning. They were very healthy looking and at $2.69 a pop you can't go wrong.
It's important to put herbs together that require the same amount of sun and water. I'd like to plant thyme but need a separate pot because they do better in dryer soil. I will transplant the rosemary in with the thyme because it also doesn't require a lot of water, as opposed to the others, who need the soil to be continuously moist.