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If you’ve been following Unsophisticook for awhile, you might recall that we added some raised garden beds to the sunny side of our home last spring. They provided an amazing crop of heirloom tomatoes, peppers, spinach, carrots and much more, helped along by a cool, wet summer.
I’m already planning my layout for this summer — although with the weather lately, I’m wondering if we’ll ever be able to plant anything…
In the meantime, I thought it would be fun to start an indoor herb garden, so I’ve been doing a little research on which herbs are the easiest to grow indoors. I’ve finally settled on basil, chives, oregano, parsley and rosemary, and I simply cannot wait to whip up a big batch of my favorite Tomato Basil Soup with my fresh, homegrown basil!
I purchased one of these adorable little Socker greenhouses on our last trip to IKEA, and it’s been sitting mostly empty, outside of a short span when it housed some miniature poinsettias during the holiday season. I think it’s perfect for an indoor herb garden.
I’ll be going the organic route when it comes to soil and plant food, using a new line called Nature’s Care. Nature’s Care is a full line of products for simple gardening, including organic soils, plant food and pest controls. I’m really excited to try these products out and share my results!
Do you have an indoor herb garden, and if so, do you have any tips for growing herbs indoors?0