So you’ve finally started your own indoor herb garden. What now? Planting herbs is easy, but maintaining them can be a challenge. Don’t worry if you’re new to this because this blog post was especially written to help you. So if you’re ready, let’s start with some practical tips!
For indoor herb garden maintenance, there are three main points you need to think about.
The very first thing you need to do is to look for a window that gets plenty of sunlight. Herbs generally like to receive a good amount of sunlight daily, so this will really benefit them. An alternative to using windows is to put your herbs outside for a couple of hours, then put them back inside once they’ve already received enough hours of sunlight.
Second thing to do is to water your indoor herbs moderately and frequently to keep them moist. Avoid watering too much because this is the primary reason why plants drown and eventually die. It’s best to prepare just the right volume of water.
Third, regularly trim your herbs. Proper trimming can help them grow in a healthier way. It can also increase the production of leaves and make your herbs even more flavorful. Trimming your herbs incorrectly will only make your herbs taste bitter, so be sure to apply the right technique.
For more indoor herb garden maintenance tips, please watch this quick video from Essortment.
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Video Source: Essortment Youtube Channel