Quick Guide On How To Plant Herbs Indoor That You Can Use As Ingredients

Quick Guide On How To Plant Herbs Indoor That You Can Use As Ingredients

Having a garden in your house is possible. If you love cooking, and using fresh herbs for your meals then this post is for you. Growing edible plants in your house is the latest trend. It promotes sustainability, as well as organic farming. It is a huge pleasure to use your own homegrown plants. Everyone has gone crazy about having domestic garden. Read on and learn how to do this. We have some tips and tricks on how to grow your herbs indoor.

 

 

If you are in need of more kitchen ideas, here you have a perfect DIY tea station, that you can use with your homegrown herbs.  If you love that rustic look, check this post. Karma Stream has always a pile of fresh ideas for your home. And if you like the plants, here we have some fancy ideas for you.Here you can find some fabulous ways to display your indoor plants.

Which plants are suitable for indoors?

There are many herbs that are edible, and can be grown indoors at the same time. You will have fresh picked greens whenever you need them.  The most commonly used ones can actually be grown in pots.

 

These are the  plants that can be grown in your home:

  1. Basil
  2. Bay
  3. Parsley
  4. Chives
  5. Mint
  6. Oregano
  7. Rosemary
  8. Sage
  9. Thyme
  10. Tarragon

 

How to grow plants indoors?

First, you should choose from the plants suitable for indoors. Which ones will you use? Find the ones that are convenient for you. Buy seeds for your favorite ingredients. To grow them well, you should firstly provide as much natural light as possible. Place the pots near a window, where they can be exposed at natural sun light at least 4 hours a day.

 

You must provide them good drainage. The posts must not have too much water, as the roots will rot. Make sure you water them enough, so they do not get dry. And remember that excessive moisture is not good.

Check out this gallery and get inspired on how to decorate and organize your own little garden!