Indoor herb gardening requires a growing climate the same as the conditions outside. Here are following tips for indoor herb gardening that can replicate the conditions of an outside garden.
Put your herb plants from a good garden center nursery that will give you plenty of helpful advices with your inside garden. You will be needing some small gardening tools as well as equipments such as garden gloves, small digging garden tools, and organic fertilizer. Pretty sure you have all of these I your garden shed.
Soil is probably the most important thing to consider in growing herbs indoor. You should use top grade potting soil with fertile organic fertilizer. Fertilize the herbs while potting them they should be blooming and joyful until spring. You can add an organic liquid fertilizer to the water if you happen to have an herb that is not vigorously growing.
When you are going to transplant an herb, it should be 1 inch up in the size of the gardening container. If your herb plant is in a two inch pot, use a three inch container garden. Be sure not to damage the stem and you can leave the stem alone.
Do not plant mints, oreganos, or lemon balm with the other plants because the will be going to overgrow them. Pot all the herbs in a garden container separately. Some people put garden stones at the bottom of the gardening container but it is not advisable. It only takes space away from the roots of the herb.
All herbs should be exposed to sunlight 4 to 6 hours a day on your window sill. But if your window cannot supply much light, then purchase garden grow lights and you should hang then 3 inches above the plants.
Never let the herbs dry out as well as drowning them either when it comes to watering them. A water meter from your garden nursery will help you with this. Never make the roots of the herbs shock by using room temperature water. You will surely have a healthy herb garden if you follow all these steps.