Learn to Grow Herbs Indoors!

Learning to grow herbs indoors is an easier task than you might think

The pungent aroma of cooking herbs will have your kitchen smelling like a full-on sun garden!

The best part about growing indoor gardens? You can do them on any size of space and they're perfect if you live in small apartment with limited outdoor access.

Basil and mint can be started from a cutting and will grow roots in a glass of water. Herbs like these are hearty and will make hearty starter plants for your garden.

To start off, provide adequate sunlight for at least six hours each day.

Make sure there's enough drainage space so they don't get waterlogged or rot from being too wet! After watering thoroughly once every few days (or as needed), give it some time before giving more water again

If you are growing them from seeds, transplant them to a bigger container as they grow, this will also help them to become heartier and more bountiful.

Some herbs need full sun (6-8 hours a day) and some want moderate sun (4-6 hours a day).

With rosemary, thyme, lemongrass, mint and sage as some starter plants for the perfect herb collection on any sunny windowsill or porch in need of an aromatic boost!

They are healthy and can be used in almost all of your dishes – and in some of your drinks!

A little mint leaf in your tea in the morning can help you start your day off on the right foot. A bay leaf or two on your baked pork chops to give them that extra flavor.