Although there are herbs that don’t like the indoor life, there are many that you can grow in your home. Growing herbs indoors gives you the opportunity to have fresh herbs all year round, and you can grow them even if you live in a small apartment with no outdoor space. If you like fresh herbs and you think about growing them, you should know that all it takes is a bright place, proper soil and the will to bring your garden indoors.
First, you will need a bright place. #Herbs need at least 5 to 6 hours of bright light, and keep in mind that natural light is less intense in winter, so you might have to install some kind of artificial light during the winter months. Also, find a location with temperatures between 55 and 75 degrees and good air circulation.
Any container at least 6 inches or larger with drainage holes will be good enough for growing #herbs. Be creative and make interesting #shelves for your herbs or decorate the containers to make them even more interesting.
If you are interested in growing herbs in your #home, you should know that basil, mints, chives, parsley, rosemary, and sage are very productive when grown indoors. Pay attention to water needs of your herbs – they require less water in winter, when light levels are low.