Grow Your Own Herbs

Grow your own herbs for a continuous supply of fresh herbs all year round. Why not? If you cook almost every day, I am sure you will love the idea of having them fresh at your fingertips.

Grow your own herbs to get continuous supply of fresh herbs all year round

Buying from your local market may have a minimum amount for the purchase. Worse, when the ones you need are not available. Wouldn’t you be frustrated? I know I will.

So, why are you not growing your own fresh herbs? Probably, your answer is one of the following

  • • Limited space
  • • Insufficient daylight or simply
  • • Do NOT know how

 

Now, do not let the “do not know how” stop you from growing your own. Getting your hands a little bit dirty is acceptable when you know those amazing herbs enhance the flavour of the dishes. Not forgetting the nutritional value they give.

How to Grow Your Own Herb Garden

Firstly, choose the types of herbs that grow year round and those that can grow indoors too. In this case, you will not have to worry when the season changes.

There are several ways to grow herbs

  • • Grow from seeds
  • • Transplant nursery-raised seedlings
  • • Grow from cuttings off outdoor plants or fresh herb stalks from the local market

Learning how to grow herbs all year round can be a fun experience. But you may also find it troublesome looking for the supplies and buying them separately. You will need pots, soil, gardening tools etc. Hassle not. The solution is to get an all-in-one herb garden starter kit.

Start with a small and affordable set. As your knowledge in growing your own herbs improves, scale up from there.

Space is a concern. I hear you.

There is a brilliant way to grow herbs in small spaces. Plant herbs in the strawberry pot or stackable planter. Now, visualize your assortment of herbs stacked up and growing healthily in a small space. A beautiful view with a wonderful scent. Having them indoor, they are just a few steps away from your cooking corner.

Growing herbs from seedlings

How about insufficient daylight?

You might be living in an apartment without a balcony or the window sills receive limited natural light. In this case, you will need a grow light for indoor plants to help the growing process.

Do not know where to start? Don't worry. Take your time to find out more information. I have created individual articles for each of the problem you may have. Choose your topic below or read them all.

Should you have leftover of fresh herbs, waste NOT. Put them to good use. Here are the many ways to use them as natural remedies.