Herbs are so useful and growing them in Pots can be simple and easy to grow – ideally, a sunny position where they can be picked easily.. Here are some tips for planting your own herbs.
Most herbs can be grown successfully in pots. They need free-draining, fertile soil or compost that is not too rich. Your choice of herbs depends on taste, but no herb garden is complete without chives, mint, parsley, basil, sage and thyme and coriander..Watering
When it comes to watering,container gardens dry out faster and require more attention than backyard gardens. How much you water will depend on several factors, including:
If temperatures are warm, a container may require water once or twice a day. Watch closely, and water when the potting mix appears dry and pale, or has shrunk away from the sides of the container. Also, poke your finger in the soil. If it feels moist, it's all right. If it feels dry, start watering.
Keep in mind, that many herbs prefer dry conditions. In most cases, they will not have to be kept as moist, as say, your favorite tomato plant. Unfortunately, this doesn't apply to all herbs - so make sure you check the watering requirements for individual plants.
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