Fresh herbs are a great addition to your meals. Here's a simple technique I've figured out to successfully grow herbs indoors. Hope you'll try this! :)
Basil, the common name for Ocimum basilicum, is a popular sweet herb of the Mint Family esteemed for flavoring and formerly used for medicinal purposes.
Basil can be grown from seeds. Place pots in south-facing windows, as it needs lots of sun and warmth.
Learn about oregano in the Kitchen Dictionary - Food.com: Talk with your mouth full
To grow oregano indoors, it is best to start with a tip that has been cut from an outdoor plant. Root the cutting and plant in a pot in a south-facing window.
Parsley is a biennial plant with bright green, featherlike leaves and is in the same family as dill. This herb is used in soups, sauces, and salads, and it lessens ...
Parsley can either be grown from seeds or by transplanting a bunch from your garden. It prefers full sun, but will grow in east or west-facing windows.
Rosemary is one of those wonderful herbs that makes a beautiful ornamental plant as well as a welcome culinary seasoning. Its Latin name, Rosmarinus officinalis ...
The best way to grow rosemary indoors is to start with a cutting from an outdoor plant. Root it in a soilless mixture before transplanting to a pot in a south-facing window.
Mint is a perennial with very fragrant, toothed leaves and tiny purple, pink, or white flowers. It has a fruity, aromatic taste. The mint family has many varieties ...
Mint is easy to grow and will take over gardens if not controlled. Transplant mint into pots and bring indoors. Be sure to water often.
Learn about thyme in the Kitchen Dictionary - Food.com: Talk with your mouth full
To grow thyme indoors, either root a cutting or transplant a bunch from your garden into a pot. This is a hardy plant that prefers full sun, but will grow in east and west-facing windows.
Bay Laurel, also known as Sweet Bay is a culinary herb plant that makes a great addition to the kitchen garden and can easily be grown on a patio or deck.
Bay plants grow in containers all year long. Inside, they are best placed in east or west-facing windows with lots of space. Bay plants need circulation to grow.
Growing cilantro indoors can be as successful and flavorful as growing cilantro in your garden if you give it a little extra care. Find tips for growing cilantro ...
It is best to grow cilantro from seeds and not transplant a plant from your garden. This herb needs a bit more attention than others though, so needs at least 5 hours of sun and good drainage to grow.