10 Herbs You can Grow Indoors

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Herbs are the perfect addition to your recipes. They are used to add delicious flavors and colors to your dish. Not only that, most herbs are packed with health benefits. They definitely transform your dish to another level. You can easily find them in your grocery stores or local markets, but did you know that you can easily grow herbs at home? Yes, you can!


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Daisy Creek Farms with Jag Singh has listed 1o herbs that you can grow indoors. Some of these herbs can even survive harsh winters, so you have enough supply at home. Of course, you can use dried herbs, but the fresh ones are so much better. If you taste them at the same time, you can easily notice the difference in flavor. They also lose their bright green colors when dried.

If you want to dry your herbs at home, check out this tutorial: How to Dry Herbs Using an Air Fryer

Herbs You Can Grow Indoors Easily

1 – Dill

You can easily plant dill from seed. In one to two weeks will start to grow. The first set of leaves may not look like dill, but the second set of leaves are very thin and look like fine threads.

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2 – Thyme

Thyme grows outside very well. Their seeds are difficult to germinate. The best way to grow them is from the occurring plant.

3 – Oregano

It can grow from a cutting or from seed. Oregano has a very strong flavor.

4 – Sage

It can tolerate cold as low as 15F or -10C. It makes a great indoor plant if you live in an extreme hot or cold climate. Sage has a citrus flavor and is commonly used in combination with thyme or rosemary.

5 -Parsley

Parsley helps to brighten flavors  and add balance to savory dishes. It can tolerate temperature as low as 10F or -12C. It is best grown from seeds.

6 – Cilantro or coriander

It is best grown from seeds. Split the seeds in half before planting to make sure the seeds germinate quickly. In just one week, it will start growing.

Easy Herbs to Grow Indoors
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7 – Tarragon

It can tolerate frost very well. Tarragon can survive low temperatures and grows well in your kitchen counters.

8 – Basil

Basil dies in winter, but you can bring basil inside during winter. Propagate basils using cuttings in the first week of spring. It also grows well from seeds.

9 – Mint

Grows well from cutting or roots. Mint will die in winters and will regrow in spring. It grows like a weed as long as you water it. If you want to have mint throughout the winter, bring it inside.

10 -Rosemary

Place a rosemary cutting in water. It grows roots very easily. You can plant it outdoors or indoors in pots.


10 Herbs You Can Grow Indoors

Herbs You Can Grow Indoors

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