Why paying high prices for packages of fresh herbs at the grocery store when you can easily grow them at home. If you have ever thought to grow an herb garden, you should know that herbs are some of the easiest plants to grow. Even if you don't think of yourself as having a green thumb, you can be a successful herb gardener if you grow the easiest herbs that can be used fresh or dried for your daily needs.
Growing herbs indoors will give you more control over the environment. With regular watering and sufficient sunlight, you can have a wonderful herb garden in your own kitchen. Growing herbs indoors is very simple. The only things you need to start an indoor herb garden are small containers, right soil, and good seeds or seedlings. Just fill the containers with organic potting mix, and plant the seeds (or seedlings) of your choice.
While some herbs are used for cooking, medicine or tea, others have wonderful flowers and fragrance. Your herbs can be solely for decoration if you wish, or flavor your dishes all season long. Most herbs are very easy to grow and there is a wide variety to choose from.
Herbs can be grown in a separate herb garden or mixed in with your existing flowers and vegetables. If you choose to combine your herb garden with other plants, remember that herbs can be annual, biennial, or perennial.
Herbs are popular and fun to grow. Here are some hardy herbs that are easy to grow and don't require much special attention. These herbs will also add a magical touch to your favorite recipes!
Here's a list of the best herbs that are easiest to grow indoors (click at the link to read the instructions):