Tips to create a herb garden at home

Before you buy anything for the herb garden, its is crucial that you assess the sunlight situation. You have to be very sure of which herb equires how much light and place them accordingly.

Assess the sunlight situation

Invest in the right kind of pot, the soil, and the herbs accordingly. Different herb have different requirements, do research and then invest.

Gear up

It is always advised to start with seedling but it needs to be done carefully. Therefore it is best to involve a professional to help you with it and then you take over.

Let a professional help

Basil is easy to maintain and grow and it will also let you know if you are watering it enough or not as it wilts a little if deprived. When you give it water it perks back up.

Beginners must start with basil

If you want to grow vegetable, start with leafy greens like spinach, lettuce etc. They grow quickly and you can start immediately.

Leafy greens

if you want to grow substantial veggies, grow small tomatoes and beans and hot peppers. Just keep an eye on them because they grow quickly.

For growing substantial veggies

Mint is like an alien plan which spreads at a crazy speed and needs to be disciplined. Consume it regularly as well beacause they turn into huge bushes and fast!

Mint needs discipline

Companion planting is a thing of today and very practical too. If you like salads  then grow cilantro, hot peppers and tomatoes. They even help control pests.

Plant things that go together

If the seedlings are grown in a crowded space they do not produce much. It is best to leave several inches between plants and do not put more than a few into one pot.

Give plant space