Begin with either seeds or seedlings, set in a sunny window and water occasionally.
- Begin with good quality plants.
- Select the right location.
- Choose the right container.
- Add good quality potting mix.
- Feed and water routinely.
- Build a unique indoor container garden to display your herbs.
Can I grow herbs indoors all year round?
Growing herbs indoors
It also extends the season for annual herbs so you’ll have fresh produce all year round. Suitable herbs to grow indoors on the windowsill include chives, parsley, basil, coriander, marjoram, dill and mint. Some herbs growing outside can be lifted, divided and brought indoors for the winter.
Which herbs should not be planted together?
Companion Planting: Herbs that Pair Perfectly As Growing Partners
- Chives. Chives are a great all-around partner plant for most herbs and vegetables.
- Rosemary. Rosemary is one of the few herbs that don’t get along well with other herbs.
- Basil. Like rosemary, basil prefers the company of vegetables to other herbs.
What herbs grow outside all year?
Some herbs can live outside all year once they are established. Try mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme and sage. These can be sown indoors as with the tender herbs, or sow them outdoors in May in containers. Delay buying herb plants from garden centres until the weather warms up in late spring.
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