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Want To Start An Indoor Herb Organic Garden? Here Is A Guide

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A Simple Guide To Your Indoor Organic Gardening !

Organic herbs are great additions to our diets, as a matter of fact it is a healthy choice we all should make if you ask me. How satisfying it would be though, just to be able to pick your freshly grown herbs from your own organic garden. For those of you who have a space issue you can just do it indoors.

Gardening experts have made it a lot easy for us to plant our indoor gardens with excellent innovations in the last few years. The article below is a good guide that can help you on our way.

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Planning to start an organic Indoor Herb Garden ? Read this quick guide

Do you want to plant an herb garden but are not sure you can do it? Never fear! Starting an herb garden is one of the easiest things you can do in the garden.

Herbs are very easy to grow with a little sunshine, soil that drains well, some watering, and a little fertilizer or compost. Herbs can be grown in pots

Growing herbs is an easy and delicious way to start gardening.

Choose your tower:

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Planting location:

Most of the herbs that you can grow at home need two things — sunlight and well-drained soil. This means that when considering places in your yard to plant an herb garden, you need to look for a location that gets six or more hours of sunlight a day and that is well drained.

Many people also consider convenience when selecting a place to start growing an herb garden. Making an herb garden near the kitchen in your home or near the house will make it easier to harvest herbs from the herb garden.

Prepare the soil:

Use nutrient rich soil. Fill container halfway with potting soil.

If the soil is sandy or clay heavy, add plenty of compost to the soil. Even if your soil is in pretty good condition, working some compost into the soil will help provide nutrients to the herbs while they are growing.

When growing herbs, do not use composted manures in the herb garden. These are typically high in nitrogen, which will make the herbs grow quickly but will reduce the flavors of the herbs.

Choosing the Herbs:

Almost all herbs will grow for at least one season in the herb garden. Some will grow year after year.

Here is our recommendation of herbs for easy and stable herb tower:

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* Parsley – view | buy seeds
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* Rosemary – view | buy seeds
* Sage – view | buy seeds
* Thyme – view | buy seeds
* Lavender – view | buy seeds
* Oregano – view | buy seeds
* Lemon Balm – view | buy seeds
* Dill – view | buy seeds
* Marjoram – view | buy seeds
* Catnip – view | buy seeds

Label (Optional):

Add labels to your herb garden so you and others can keep track of what’s growing. Place the container near the kitchen door or on a back porch so you can easily get to your new herb garden while cooking.


  • Place the pot in full sun and water regularly, especially during the summer. A handful of water-retaining gel can help.
  • Add a liquid feed to your watering can once a week to give …

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