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Grow Your Own Herbs: Planting Herbs Indoors

Grow your own herbs indoors, and help satisfy the craving for an early spring and provide culinary additions year round.



Snip fresh herbs, such as basil or thyme, all winter by growing herbs indoors.
Photo by Thomas Gibson
Snip fresh herbs, such as basil, thyme or sage, all winter by growing herbs indoors.
Photo by Thomas Gibson
Snip fresh herbs, such as basil, thyme or sage, all winter by growing herbs indoors.
Photo by Thomas Gibson
Snip fresh herbs, such as basil, thyme or sage, all winter by growing herbs indoors.
Photo by Thomas Gibson
Rosemary, chives, and variegated sage relish a spot in a sunny kitchen window, close to where they’ll be used.
Photo by Rick Wetherbee
What your garden containers are made of matters less than whether they have adequate drainage.
Photo by Rick Wetherbee
Marjoram, foreground, and more sage, background, find a home on a staircase.
Photo by Anybody Goes
Group indoor herb plants such as these sages, for ease of care, but don’t crowd them too much.
Photo by Anybody Goes

















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