Indoor Herb Garden Tips

For the individual who is beginning to learn all the excitement that can be found in the art of creating yourself an indoor garden of herbs, it should be a rather easy task, and one with much enjoyment for you and any member of your family to be able to complete together if you like.

One of the best parts about this enjoyable and fun-filled hobby is that they are inexpensive to make. Not only are they cheap to make, but also they are very easy for you to be able to maintain with very little effort, and they are not time consuming at all. If you are a beginner who finds enjoyment in this type of hobby, this is definitely the type of project that will help you to get further in-tune with your green thumb abilities.

One of the first things that you need to consider is to keep in mind what the best herbs are for indoor gardens. There is a very wide assortment of many popular herbs that are commonly used like thyme, mint, oregano, rosemary, and even garlic chives. To get these herbs, you can go to your local garden center, or you can also use one of your friends or family members stem cuttings that they have clipped from their herb garden. These are some the best herbs for indoor gardens because they do not demand a lot of attention or constant sunlight.

For decoration you can get one of many different containers for your stem cuttings in an array of rainbow colors to make your indoor herb garden more attractive to visitors. If you would like to start from scratch you can just use seeds. When growing from seeds you’ll want to use a heavy clay or terra cotta pot, which facilitate good air and water circulation.