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But if, like most of us, what interests you is growing Herbal medicine for your own pleasure then please do give it a try because you’ll find this hobby just so rewarding. I only grow culinary herbs nowadays and limit these to my top ten favorites, which are parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, oregano, basil, dill, mint, coriander (cilantro) and chives – plus fennel, chervil and so-called Vietnamese mint as seasonal changes.
Consider what will be a good location for your herb garden. Remember they like well drained soil and about five to six hours of sun per day. Start small but you will find that adding to this garden yearly will be your goal. Herbs are easy to grow and satisfying as you can give them to neighbours as gifts or use them yourself. There are many uses for them.
Rob and Vickie took apartment number two, which had one empty bedroom and their bedroom. Downstairs they had a living room (with a door that opened out to the terrace) and a kitchen.
Growing a few herbs in containers on the window ledge will work well even in winter, provided they get enough light and heat. So this means you don’t need to stop your gardening as soon as the cold months arrive. Just take your herb home business indoors. When Growing herbs inside, do not pick herbs that grow too tall or too wide. Lavender, mint, parsley and thyme are good herbs to grow in indoor containers.
A critical part of maintaining your herb garden is frequent watering. Herbs need deep root soaking. A hand-held hose is a poor method of watering your herbs. Why? Because it only moistens the top surface of the soil. I use a soaker hose connected to a timing device to insure my herbs get a good drink. The result is a crop of robust herbs, rich in flavor and perfect for culinary uses. NOTE: Avoid overwatering. It can cause many diseases and fungus growth that can hurt your crop.
Grow your own – don’t buy at all! Even the smallest garden or windowsill has room for some pots of growing herbs, or you could be adventurous and plant some vegetables.