Wanna grow an indoor herb garden this autumn? These are the herbs to plant this fall.
Did you know that the fall season is the ideal time to plant the hardiest herbs? Most herbs can actually grow very well this cool season and even mild winters. Some love to plants these cool-weather-loving herbs in a single container in the kitchen for convenience, and others would combine herbs with winter flowers. There are plenty of ways to grow herbs this fall, and plenty of creative ideas on how you can use them in your home. So if you’re interested to add a pot or two in your kitchen or windowsill, these are the best herbs to plant this fall.
Herbs to Plant This Fall
Best Herbs In the Sun:
If you have a kitchen or windowsill that gets a lot of direct light, we recommend herbs like Oregano, Rosemary, Sage, and Thyme. These are sun-loving herbs that require plenty of water to balance out all the bright, direct light.
Sunlight: Most herbs grow best in full sun. Provide your herbs at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight every day.
Water: A good rule of thumb for most herbs is to water them once a week. During fall, water your herbs only when the soil is dry.
Best Herbs In the Shade:
If you have a kitchen or windowsill that is more in the shade zone, we recommend herbs like Chives, Dill, Mint, and Parsley. Although these are also sun-loving herbs, they can also thrive in the shade.
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