Herbs can be grown outside on windowsills or inside kitchens.

Herbs grown on windowsills or in kitchens are convenient and tasty for cooking and other uses. Tips for growing herbs indoors:

Choose indoor-friendly herbs. Basil, mint, chives, parsley, cilantro, thyme, rosemary, and oregano grow indoors.

Most herbs need 6 hours of sunlight daily. Place herb pots on a sunny windowsill for direct sunlight. If natural light is insufficient, use fluorescent or LED grow lights.

To avoid root waterlogging, use a good, well-draining potting mix. Herbs want wet but not saturated soil.

Use drainable containers to avoid overwatering. Keep herb pots large enough for their roots. Group herbs with similar water and light needs in one container.

Most herbs like 60-75°F (15-24°C). Ventilate indoors and avoid placing herbs near drafts or heating vents. Most herbs like mild dampness.

Regularly prune herbs to promote bushier growth and prevent legginess. If necessary, remove leaves, but never more than one-third of the plant. Continuous progress is encouraged.

Growing herbs inside makes it easy to add fresh flavor to your dishes year-round. A successful herb garden in your kitchen or windowsill requires adequate maintenance and attention to their needs.

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