No matter where you live or how much experience you have with gardening, you can do an herb garden. Starting an herb garden in Landscape Design Ideas For Backyard By John French your house only takes the right spot and a few herbs, and no experience is necessary. So if starting an herb garden is something Additional resources you've always wanted to do, you can get started now with some of the tips we'll be sharing.
If you want to start your own herb garden, you need to figure out which herbs you want to grow the most. With so many to choose from, it's better for you to begin with a plan. You should start out by making a list of the herbs that you would like to keep on hand, maybe for you to use in your cooking. Then just check out the needs of those herbs and whether they will grow in your climate or with the space that you have on hand. You should try to grow herbs that are similar in terms of what they need for sunlight, space and water. If you would like herbs that are good for cooking, a great place to start is with basil, fennel, garlic, mint, parsley and rosemary. If you are a tea drinker, why not start with a tea herb garden? This can consist of any herbs that can be made into teas, which is actually quite a few. Lots of teas both taste good and have medicinal properties and it isn't just satisfying to grow those herbs yourself but doing so can help you save quite a lot of money. When you are a tea drinker, buying enough tea to keep yourself stocked can become quite expensive but growing them makes that whole thing quite a lot cheaper. You can grow anything from a full sized herb garden for tea to a couple of containers you keep on your window sill. It all is dependent upon how much ambition you have and how much space is available for use. Do a little bit of research into which kinds of herbal teas that you want to keep on hand and then plant a few seeds.
If you aren't sure how to start your own herb garden, a really simple way to start one is by buying an herb garden kit. These are usually affordable and can be found both on the Internet and in stores. This way you are going to be sure that you'll have everything you need to get started. The kit will come with step by step instructions so there won't be any room for doubt. The market is full of herb garden kits, just choose the one that comes with the herbs you want to grow. You can find various themes, such as Italian herbs or medicinal herbs so you can pick the kind that appeals to you.
It's easy to see the pluses you will get from having a small herb garden of your own and we've told you some of the best ways to begin with this easy and rewarding project. So, there's nothing holding you back from getting started! If you have your herbs in containers on a windowsill, or you choose one of the kits you can get online or locally, or you simply sprinkle perennial herbs throughout your flower or vegetable garden, you will be getting in touch with nature and also enhancing your meals and health.