Can you notice the richer flavour of fresh herbs? Many people are happy to shake some dried basil and thaw out some frozen parsley for dinner. But if you love the flavour of fresh herbs, why not grow them yourself? You can go from pot to pan in seconds. In fact, you can get started today. Here’s everything you need to get started…
Step 1. What’s Your Flavour? It’s Time To Select Your Seeds
You need your seeds to start your herb garden. So what’s your flavour? Traditional? Spicy? Everything? You can pick your favourites below…
Love the classics? This kit of micro herbs contains basil seeds, parsley seeds, and chive seeds. If you want to start your herb garden with some classic seeds—this is the kit for you.
Fancy a cocktail with dinner? In this ready-to-go-kit you won’t only find Basil Cinnamon, Strawberries, Lemon Balm, Blue Borage and Korean Mint. You’ll also find recipes so you can add your herbs to home made cocktails.
Some like their herbs subtle, some like them hot. This kit lets you grow Jalapeno, Chilli Serrano Red, Sweet Banana, Californian Wonder and Purple Beauty peppers. Remember, if you can’t handle the heat, get out of the herb garden!
Step 2. Want To Grow Your Herbs In Style? Pick A Planter Or Pot
Sure, you could just plant your herbs in the dirt outside your window. If you didn’t buy one of the kits above, you can still plant them in style with these pots…
Even the healthiest herbs will struggle to look as good as this Mermaid Tail pot.
Want to keep it traditional? These classic pots are perfect for your classic herbs. Plus they can sit out of the way on your fence.
What could be more fun than keeping your herbs in this awesome Dinosaur Planter Pot?
Step 3. Nurture Or Nature? Don’t Rely On Rainfall: Water Your Herbs
Your herbs don’t only need your love and attention. They need water and they need it regularly. These clever contraptions will help keep your herbs healthy and happy.
Don’t do all the hard work yourself. Take advantage of this clever self-watering device.
Keep your plant watered and herd garden looking stylish with this water feeder.
Turn your drink bottle into a watering can with this clever attachment.
Step 4. Who’s Your Herb Hero? Protect Your Vulnerable Herbs
Who’s going to protect your herbs when you’re not home? This Ninja Garden Gnome. That’s who.
Keep an eye on the weather with this fun weather station. Perhaps this is one task you can hand off to the kids.
Just because you’ve picked your herbs, it doesn’t mean you can stop caring for them.
Keep your herbs fresh with this storage canister.
Ready to grow your own herb garden? Then grab your kit and get started today!