Herbs grow best in well-drained soil rich in organic matter.Turn the soil with a spade or garden fork to the depth of 12 to 18 inches then add aged compost to your planting beds. Rake the bed smooth before sowing seeds or setting out transplants.
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How do I grow an indoor herb garden?
Whatever organic herbs you include in your indoor herb garden, make sure to plant them in light, well-drained organic potting soil and let the soil dry out slightly before watering.
How do I plan a successful herb garden?
Whatever you plant, be sure to do your research to ensure that you are planting things that will benefit each other. A successful herb garden requires planning. Decide whether you plant to grow plants in containers or in the ground, and if you want to grow indoors, outdoors or both.
What do you need to grow herbs?
Most of the herbs that you can grow at home need two things 鈥?sunlight and well-drained soil. This means that when considering places in your yard to plant an herb garden, you need to look for a location that gets six or more hours of sunlight a day and that is well drained.
How to start an organic garden?
Choose a small site for your organic garden. Think small, especially at first. Find a spot in your yard that gets at least 6 hours of sun a day. A well-maintained 4 ft 4 ft (1.2 m 1.2 m) garden can furnish all of the fresh vegetables that one person will eat. Even a window box or a few containers can be a starter garden.