Posted in  Interesting Articles   on  February 5, 2023 by  Ryan Malham

Herbs are a gardener’s friend, a pantry staple, and are easy to grow indoors. Whether you’re a novice hobbyist or a seasoned green thumb, an indoor herb garden is a rewarding project that will bring delicious herbs to your kitchen, and a lovely decor piece to your home. Here’s everything you need to know to get started!

Springing Into Action

It’s time to get ready for the growing season! Before you get your hands dirty, take time to plan out your herb garden and make sure you have everything you need. Make a list of the herbs you want to grow and check online to learn more about their needs, such as light, water, and soil preferences.

Gather Your Supplies

To get your herb garden started, you’ll need soil, a container, and the seeds or plants. You can buy everything you need from your local nursery or garden centre. Choose a potting mix, such as a soil-less mix, that is specifically designed for container gardening. Your choice of container will depend on the herbs you want to grow, but make sure there are good drainage holes in the bottom.

Get to Know Your Herbs

If you’re a beginner, an easy place to start is with a few herbs that are known for being hardy and easy to care for. Some examples include basil, parsley, chives, mint, and oregano. As you become more experienced, you can add more challenging herbs like rosemary, thyme, and sage.

Choosing Your Container

When selecting a container, you’ll want to make sure it’s large enough to fit the herbs you’ve chosen. If you’re growing multiple herbs, you can use a single large container, or several smaller containers. For a more attractive display, look for a ceramic container with a glazed finish, or a wooden planter box.

Plot Out Your Plan

Now that you’ve chosen your herbs and container, it’s time to plan out where each herb will be placed in the container. Place the largest herbs in the back, and the smaller ones in the front. When planting your herbs, you may want to stagger them to create a fuller look.

Ready, Set, Grow!

Once you’ve got your plan figured out, you can start planting! Make sure to follow the instructions on the seed packet to ensure your herbs get off to a good start. If you’re using plants, make sure to be gentle when transferring them to the container. With a little bit of care and attention, you’ll soon have a thriving indoor herb garden!

Starting an indoor herb garden is an exciting way to bring nature into your home, and enjoy the delicious flavour of fresh herbs straight from your kitchen. With the right planning and supplies, you can set your herbs up for success and have an abundant harvest in no time!

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Ryan Malham
As owner and founder of Hinton Buildings, Ryan has a wealth of knowledge related to both wooden and metal storage buildings.

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