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10 Herbs To Grow Inside Year-Round

There is nothing more delicious than foods prepared to perfection, with fresh herbs. This is why gardeners everywhere grow indoor, year-round herb gardens.

What you need

Growing fresh herbs is easy and does not take up too much room. You will need:

  • Containers
    • The containers can be clay pots, plastic coffee cans (with holes in the bottom for drainage) or any other container that allows for drainage.
  • Clay saucers to place under the pots
  • High-quality potting soil
  • High-quality herb seeds
  • A sunny window that allows for 6-hours of sunlight per day.

Top Ten Herbs

Below we are going to list the top ten indoor herb garden lovers buy. These herbs are easily incorporated into your kitchen. The herbs in this list work well with each other. Combining the herbs while cooking will bring your dishes to life. You will soon become spoiled to snipping off freshly grown herbs to add to your culinary favorites.

  • Thyme

Thyme is an herb that accents meat, tomatoes, and beans.

  • Sage

Sage tastes wonderful with poultry products, pork, beef, and fatty meats. Sage is used in many pasta dishes.

  • Basil

Basil works so well with peanut products that some people eat it with peanut butter. Basil is also used in Thai dishes that use spicy peanut sauce. You will find basil in many Italian dishes as well. Basil is an important ingredient in pesto sauce.

  • Rosemary

Rosemary can be added to any kind of mean. Fish, chicken, pork, beef, duck, turkey, and lamb. Rosemary enhances the tastes of meat so well that many chefs stuff meat with sprigs of the herb.

  • Parsley

Parsley is not just a garnish. It is cooked in soups, stews, sauces, and raw in salads.

  • Oregano

Oregano is in the same family as sage and thyme. Oregano is used in many Italian sauces served over pasta.

  • DIll

Dill is sometimes used as a garnish. It is also added to kinds of vinegars, used in sauces, and is used in seafood dishes, fresh bread, and potato salad.

  • Chives

Chives are used in soups, vegetables, egg dishes, and creamy sauces. Snip chives with scissors and add it just before serving.

  • Borage

Good in salads, yogurt, cream cheese dishes, and shellfish. You eat the plant when it is young and it tastes a bit like cucumber.

  • Marjoram

Add majoram to tomato-based dishes. It is added to vegetables, sausages, and preserved meats.

 

Bonus herb

Growing herbs is a great experience. We suggest you add peppermint to your garden. Peppermint will make desserts made with chocolate even more delicious. Add it to tea, fruit juice, and other drinks.

Healing properties

Each of these herbs has medicinal properties. Many have anti-inflammatory properties, serve as an antibiotic, and they are loaded with antioxidants. You can read more about the healing abilities of the herbs you grow. While these herbs are all-natural, they can be very powerful when used as a remedy. One should do their research and if you have a medical condition, speak to your doctor before adding herbs to your routine.

Conclusion

Growing an herb garden is fun and rewarding. Herbs enhance the dishes you prepare. It does not costs a lot to begin and they can change your life. It doesnโ€™t matter what time of year, now is the time to begin your herb garden.

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