Sometimes growing herbs can seem like a big task! Do I have the right space? Do I have the time? Do I get enough sunlight?
Creating a garden is easier than you think. Here are some tips to get you started!
Start Small (Grown what you eat)
I know what you're thinking, how do I choose what to grow? Think about what you will use more, what is that ONE herb you always seek out on the menu, that one herb you always sprinkle in your recipes? Rosemary is my go-to. Whether I see it listed as an appetizer or on the main course, Considered it ordered!
Find a spot in your home that gets the most sunlight (a windowsill is fine if that's all you have)
Pots and Containers
Gather containers, jars or pots to grow your herbs. Mixing herbs is possible only if they have the same growing requirements; otherwise, make sure you keep them separate.
Buy your soil or potting mix (Before purchasing, Make sure it's suitable for indoor plants) don’t use the dirt from outside. It's too dense and won't allow the roots to breathe.
Buy seeds or purchase plants
Here is a list of herbs that grow well in small spaces
Herb Garden Kits
If you're new to having a green thumb, sometimes starting with a gardening kit is the way to go! It will have everything you need to make gardening easy, fun, and rewarding!
Check out the six best gardening kits of 2020: https://www.thespruce.com/best-herb-garden-kits-4160199
Benefits: 10 benefits to growing herbs at home
1. Easy effort to get started
2. Saves money
3. A fun activity for everyone
4. Educational to both adults and children
5. Brings color into your home
6. Bring freshness into your home
7. Encourages you to mix and match flavors
8. Healthier for your family
9. Always available at your fingertips
10. Reap the reward of your work